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ISA Corp. selects Geneva County for glove manufacturing operation

HARTFORD, Alabama — Oregon-based ISA Corp., a manufacturer of nitrile and latex gloves, announced plans today to open a production facility in Geneva County, creating 80 jobs over two years at the location in rural Alabama.

ISA Alabama Corp., as the new venture is called, will be located in a 45,000-square-foot speculative building in the Geneva County Industrial Park off Alabama Highway 167 in Hartford. The project involves a multimillion-dollar investment.

“We are pleased to welcome ISA Alabama Corp. to Geneva County, the Wiregrass region and the state of Alabama. This project is further proof of the tremendous collaboration of regional teamwork working with ISA Alabama at the state, regional and local levels,” said Greg Canfield, Secretary of the Alabama Department of Commerce.

“ISA Alabama represents the best in latex product manufacturing and will be a great addition to Alabama’s diverse manufacturing base and will be a premiere employer in Southeast Alabama,” he added.

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