New Jobs Are Coming To Metro Atlanta

March 16, 2012 12:00 AM
New Jobs Are Coming To Metro Atlanta
" ATLANTA (AP/WAOK) – Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal announced that a logistics firm will move its headquarters to metro Atlanta, bringing 173 jobs to the new facility in the next five years.

Deal said in a statement that CHEP USA will relocate its headquarters to office space in Dunwoody.

CHEP manages pallet and container supply chain logistics for its customers in a variety of industries.

CHEP expects the facility to be operational by the fall of 2012. "

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