(WTXL) - Gadsden County has seen a couple of new plant and manufacturing jobs come into the county this year, and soon another new company will call Gadsden County home.
WTXL ABC's Jada Williams spoke to one Gadsden County commissioner about their plans to continue to bring more work to their backyard.
Today the Gadsden County Development Council will discuss the newest job creator coming into Gadsden.
Hoover Treated Wood Products will be moving to North Main Street in Havana soon. The facility will apply fire retardant to finished wood.
This is just one of the many new factories to set up shop in the county in the last few years.
And Gadsden County continues to try to bring in more jobs.
Yesterday a Career fair was held to show potential employers what jobs are out there, more than half inside the county.
Gadsden County Commission Chair Brenda Holt says that there is a lot to offer in her small county.
"We want the businesses to know that we are in play," Holt said. "We have assets that they will find nowhere else in Florida. We have training programs, we have land, and we have incentive programs, and we are definitely open for business."
Elected officials and representatives of Hoover Wood Treated Products will be releasing even more details on the new facility today.
WTXL will continue to bring you the latest on air and online.
The plant bring in about 40 jobs ranging from engineering to working in the factory applying the retardant.