Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced that VT Industries, a leading manufacturer of countertops and commercial doors, will invest $24 million in expanding their manufacturing operations in Rome. The expansion will increase VT Industries’ onsite employment by one-third, creating 42 new jobs in Floyd County.
“The decision by VT Industries to expand in Georgia is a testament to the pro-business environment, unmatched workforce, and robust logistics infrastructure that have made us the No. 1 State for Business for eight consecutive years,” said Governor Kemp. “I want to thank VT Industries for their commitment to innovation and creating opportunities for hardworking Georgians in Floyd County.”VT Industries will add 39,000 square feet to their current facility located at 1351 Redmond Circle in Rome. Due to the high demand for products, the expansion is expected to move quickly, and operations are anticipated to be completed by early 2022. New positions at the facility will include management, technician, and operator roles. Individuals interested in opportunities with VT Industries are encouraged to visit vtindustries.com/company/careers for additional information.