Officials, company break ground on new kiln at plant
By Matt Caulder
Published in News on October 6, 2013 1:50 AM
Wayne County and state officials join Georgia-Pacific Vice President and General Manager Fritz Mason and Dudley plant manager Tim Anderson as they break ground on the new continuous drying kiln at the sawmill, part of a possible $90 million expansion.
Wayne County commissioners broke ground alongside Georgia-Pacific executives on a project to install a third drying kiln at the Georgia-Pacific lumber mill in Dudley last week. The new kiln and other improvements will cost around $9 million and are...
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