International company to locate U.S. operation in Lavonia

Date: 23 November 2011
LAVONIA — An international glass recycling company has selected Lavonia as the site of its first plant in the United States.

Franklin County Industrial Building Authority economic development director Lyn Allen said Shark Solutions A/S from Denmark plans to locate in the Lavonia Industrial Park on Gerrard Road.

“It's great news,” Allen said. “That building has been vacant a little over three years. We'll be their first U.S. location. It's a good company, and they've got a good reputation in Europe. It's also good news for Rooker. They're our partner in that park. They built the building and carried it, and so we're excited for them as much as we're excited for ourselves, the community and the region.”

The signing of the lease agreement was the culmination of nine months of work on the part of the Shark Solutions, Rooker Company, the Industrial Building Authority, Lavonia, Industrial Properties Group, and Coldwell Banker High Country Realty.

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