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G.H. Tool & Mold expands in Statesboro
Company works in tandem with Briggs & Stratton
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G.H. Tool & Mold specialist Woody Collins services one of Briggs & Strattons die-casting dies at G.H. Tools Statesboro facility, which has been expanded and received new equipment to provide for the Briggs plants planned growth. - photo by Photo courtesy G.H. Tool & Mold
G.H. Tool & Mold, whose arrival at Bulloch County’s Gateway Industrial Park in 2000 had everything to do with Briggs & Stratton, is expanding along with its larger industrial neighbor. Last week Briggs & Stratton announced an $18 million expansion within its Statesboro plant, with the addition of more than 50 jobs to the current workforce of 370. This enables Briggs & Stratton to move production of commercial-use Vanguard V-Twin engines, previously manufactured in Japan through a joint venture with Daihatsu, to its factories in Statesboro and in Auburn, Alabama.
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