ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Good news for Albany's economy, Procter and Gamble will offer 40 new jobs this summer.
The added addition to the plant is currently under construction.
The new employees will join the 650 associates at the plant to produce Bounty paper towels and Charmin toilet tissue.
Procter and Gamble continues to recover from the hit it took during the January 22 tornado that destroyed its outdoor warehouse and forced the plant to revert back to the main facility as the shipping point for its products.
The new employees are expected to start in June.