New Plant Start-Up Opportunities

AFG Industries, Inc. an International Glass Manufacturing and Distribution Company with locations across the U.S. and Canada has opened a new AFG Coatings Facility in the Westinghouse Industrial Park in Abingdon, VA.

The facility produces coated glass products for the residential and commercial markets in a quality driven team based organization. We currently have the following opportunities available: PRODUCT TECHNICIANS Qualified candidates should possess a HS diploma or equivalent, and have some past work experience in a continuous manufacturing process and be willing to work a 12-hour rotating shift schedule. The successful candidates should have a proven track record of dependability and willingness to accept accountability. Team and problem solving skills along with good organizational skills a plus. AFG Coatings offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Find out more about AFG by visiting our website at For consideration, interested candidates should submit a resume and salary requirements to: AFG Glass 18370 Oak Park Drive Abingdon, VA 24210 Attn: HR Abingdon-Production or Process Operator EOE M/F

600450 New Plant Start-Up Opportunities
Date: 6 October 2004

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