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Governor to attend new yarn plant groundbreaking

Screven County Development Authority has extended an invitation to everyone to attend a groundbreaking for SV Pittie Textiles Monday, July 7, at 10 a.m. at Screven County Industrial Park.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal will make remarks.  
Authority officials urge the public to “come join in and welcome our new partners to the community.”
The Shrivallabh Pittie Group, a leading textile manufacturer in India, will build its first U.S.-based manufacturing facility in the industrial park. A sign denoting the location of the plant site is visible to motorists who drive on Highway 21 Millen Highway.
The plant is projected to employ up to 250 as $70 million is invested into the project that will be on 70 acres of property in the industrial park. After the construction of the project, the plant slated to open for production in January 2016 will manufacture a range of various counts of carded cotton yarn.
The Screven County Industry Park is a GRAD-certified site, one of more than 30 around the state that offers advanced due diligence for industrial development through the Georgia Allies’ GRAD, or the Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development, program.
The Shrivallabh Pittie Group also is utilizing the services of Georgia Quick Start that provides the company with free, customized workforce training and development.
Founded in 1898, Shrivallabh Pittie Group is a leading textile manufacturer with substantial presence in the Indian textile sector, operating in 13 locations. The group is an India-based industrial group with interests across textiles, finance, retail and real estate. The company has a substantial presence in the Indian textile Industry with manufacturing capacity in numerous locations. The Shrivallabh Pittie Group has become a player in the yarn industry and has a strong and experienced management team with decades of industry experience.
The chairman of the Shrivallabh Pittie Group Vinod Pittie said Oct. 15, 2013, the day the company signed the agreement, that they “believe there is a significant market opportunity for yarn manufacturing in Georgia due to a skilled local workforce, proximity to high-quality cotton fiber, the economical supply and reliability of power and world-class infrastructure to international markets.”
In October, Pittie said this project is the biggest single investment in U.S. cotton yarn sector in decades. He said he looked at other states including North Carolina and South Carolina, but liked the aggressiveness of the development authority and the availability of a quality workforce in Screven County.
“The decision by Shrivallabh Pittie Group to locate its new facility in Georgia is an example of how our state is quickly becoming the No.1 state for companies to do business,” said Deal of the signing in October. “The company’s decision to build its first U.S. facility in Georgia underscores our attractive infrastructure and diverse talent pool.”