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PGI to expand in Virginia sources say

By Tim Wright | January 9, 2014

PGI in Waynesboro is investing in more research and development and adding 20 more employees.

According to local news outlet The News Virginian, Polymer Group, Inc. (PGI) is investing $7.4 million to upgrade machinery and manufacturing space at its Waynesboro plant and will add 20 more employees for research and development. The initial report says the company will update more than 22,000 square feet of workspace.

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