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Korean nonwovens manufacturer looks to expand in U.S.

October 3, 2013

A Korean-based nonwovens manufacturer that is seeking to open a facility at an undisclosed site in Davidson County, NC, has received approval from county officials for $172,800 in incentives, according to the Lexington Dispatch. The manufacturer, referred to as Project Soft, has several facilities in the U.S. It would invest $12 million in the project and is considering other areas of the Southeast for the facility.
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