Shreveport glass plant to get $20 million upgrade, 70 new jobs

Libbey Inc. executive Dan Ibele announced Tuesday the glass manufacturer will invest $20 million in its Shreveport manufacturing site, bringing new technology and a new research and development component to its operations.

The glass-making technology will generate 70 new direct jobs, averaging more than $38,000 per year, plus benefits.Louisiana Economic Development estimates an additional 75 new indirect jobs in the community will result.

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600450 Shreveport glass plant to get $20 million upgrade, 70 new jobs
Date: 14 November 2013

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