Georgia-Pacific to expand Clarendon operations.

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Georgia-Pacific will invest $4.5 million in its Clarendon oriented strand board facility. The investment will include a new, 30,000-square-foot warehouse, a state-of-the-art laminating line and upgraded equipment.

The upgrades will allow the manufacturer and distributor of tissue, pulp, paper, packaging and building products to support a planned 24/7 production schedule and future automatic guided vehicles, according to a news release.

Atlanta-based Georgia-Pacific has invested more than $6 million at the Clarendon OSB plant in the last 12 months.

"Adding to our digital platform raises the technical knowledge bar for current and future employees," said Tobey Elgin, Clarendon OSB plant manager, in a news release. "Raising the bar also puts us on a similar footing with other high-tech manufacturers in our region so we...

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