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Flooring company moving into Dalton's new business park

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By WRCB Staff

DALTON (WRCB) -- Whitfield County leaders are celebrating the first tract of land has been sold at the Carbondale Business Park.

XL Brands makes adhesives for the flooring industry.

The company is expanding its production and shipping capacity with the purchase of an approximate 16.3 acre site and has plans to construct a 122,000 square foot facility. The company is designing the building for additional future expansions.

The company currently operates three plants in Northwest Georgia, but has decided to consolidate into one location.

The company employs about 50 people at its three plants. Those jobs will transfer to the new site.

Purchased by the Whitfield County Commissioner in 2010, Carbondale Business Park is a premiere publicly-owned site designed to attract new jobs and investment to the community.

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