Mannington plans second expansion this year in Madison

MADISON, Ga.  – Mannington Mills, the manufacturer of vinyl tile, will further expand in Morgan County, according to a recent news release from the Georgia Department of Economic Development. The project is expected to create an additional 200 jobs in Madison with an investment of $50 million.

The company plans to construct a 550,000-square-foot facility on land in Madison to house additional manufacturing and distribution operations. This is Mannington’s second expansion in the course of a year in Morgan County.

“It’s very exciting to be announcing this next expansion project, which will be the largest in Mannington’s history,” said Mannington Mills President and CEO Russell Grizzle.

Mannington Mills Inc., based in Salem, N.J., was founded in 1915. The company is in its fourth generation of family ownership and still privately held after almost 100 years. The company employs approximately 2,200 people around the globe.

Mannington manufactures flooring products under the Mannington Commercial, Mannington Residential, Burke and Amtico brands.

Source: Georgia Department of Economic Development

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