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HANCEVILLE, Ala. (AP) — Authorities say a new industrial plant in Hanceville is expected to create as many as 30 local jobs in its first phase of operation.

The Cullman Times reports (http://bit.ly/OqbwN5) that Morris-based Kennedy Galvanizing Inc. will locate the new plant on 24 acres of industrial property in a $2.75 million dollar project.

Officials say the new 30-000 square-foot plant will replace the company's current facility in north Jefferson County.

The company is a metallurgical firm. The plant's operations involve coating raw steel with a galvanized layer, yielding a rust-resistant product for manufacturing applications.

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Information from: The Cullman Times, http://www.cullmantimes.com

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