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New industry headed for Bryan County
Kenco signs lease on Interstate Center space
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This aerial shot of Building 100 of Interstate Centre shows where Kenco will be locating in Bryan County. - photo by Courtesy Develeopment Authority of Bryan County

New industry is set to open shop in Bryan County following a recent agreement between Chatanooga, Tenn.-based Kenco and the Development Authority of Bryan County.

Kenco will move into 230,000 square feet of building 100 at Interstate Centre, the county's industrial park in Black Creek. According to a press release from the development authority, the company will employ more than 50 workers in the coming years.

“Kenco’s selection of Bryan County and Black Creek is outstanding news for our community," said development authority Chairman Steve Croy. "We have worked hard to make Interstate Centre the ideal location for Logistics firms looking to take advantage of the Georgia Port terminals."

According to the release, Kenco provides integrated logistics solutions that include distribution and fulfillment, comprehensive transportation management, material handling services, real estate management and supply chain intelligence.

The news comes on the heels of an earlier announcement this week of Matson Logistics plans to expand its operations at Interstate Centre and increase its workfoce in Black Creek by more than 40 over then next five years.

Read more in the Sept. 29 edition of the News.

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