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New industry heads to Quitman

November 8, 2007

Quitman - A wood products manufacturer will open in Quitman and bring 52 new jobs to the community.

Roastwood Materials is building a 2.5 million dollar facility.

The 13 thousand square foot building will house their headquarters, fabrication building and production kiln where they use an environmentally friendly, chemical free process to treat woods.

Construction is slated to begin in 2008.

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