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The largest solar panel production facility of its kind in the Western Hemisphere is continuing to add staff at its $157 million factory in Dalton, Georgia, which began production six months ago.
The Korean solar panel maker Hanwha Q CELLS is conducting a hiring fair Thursday in Dalton, Georgia, as it adds another 50 jobs at its 200,000-square-foot plant in the Carbondale Business Park in Dalton. The plant already employs 600 workers and is expects to reach full production — and to conduct a ceremonial ribbon cutting — in the next month.
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"Our first products shipped from the factory this February," said Scott Moskowitz, director of strategy and market intelligence for Hanwha Q Cells. "All production lines are currently running and we expect to be at full 1.7 gigawatt annual capacity in the very near future,"
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The Georgia Department of Labor is partnering with Hanwha Q Cells USA Inc. to host a job fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at the Dalton Career Center at 1406 Chattanooga Ave. The solar maker is looking to fill immediate openings for manufacturing operator positions, a logistic specialist, and a purchasing specialist.
Job seekers may visit employgeorgia.com to create an account and submit a resume. Applicants are encouraged to bring their resumes, driver's licenses and dress business casual to today's job...
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