New Manufacturing Plant Unveiled in Georgia

ASI Southeast Inc. will build a $16 million manufacturing center in Toccoa, Ga.
ASI Southeast's existing facility at 123 Clary Connector, Eastanollee, Ga.
ASI Southeast’s existing facility at 123 Clary Connector, Eastanollee, Ga.

Atlanta—ASI Southeast Inc., a manufacturer of washroom accessories, toilet partitions and lockers, has revealed plans for a new manufacturing facility in Toccoa, Ga. The company will invest $16 million in the new center that will create 50 new jobs.

The new facility will encompass 140,000 square feet with an additional 12,000 square feet of office space. Construction is expected to commence this month and the property is slated to come online by year-end. The development marks the company’s fourth expansion in the past 12 years, bringing the firm’s total investment in Stephens County to more than $50 million.

“We have ownership that invest and are committed to the future of our company and those great employees. We have a relationship with the local and state government that provides an environment of cooperation and opportunity that works together for the good of the company and community. Together these components lay the foundation for our continued growth in Toccoa/Stephens County in Northeast Georgia. We are thankful for the relationships, commitment and support,” Doug Hitchon, executive vice president & COO of ASI Southeast, said in a prepared statement.

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