Guardian Industries Continues to Invest
This year, the Guardian Industries Geneva float glass plant will undergo a cold tank repair (CTR) on its furnace. The multi-million-dollar project is a major investment for the plant that will improve capacity.
The Guardian plant is a great asset for the city by creating jobs and being a part of this community. The facility was built in 1998 and currently employs nearly 300 people. The CTR project — which will take several months — will bring in additional jobs and economic development for the region.
The City and its Industrial Development Agency (IDA) are enthusiastic about the significant investments that Guardian will — and continue to — spend here. According to City Comptroller Adam Blowers, “we appreciate their partnership and willingness to invest in the community.” The City is looking forward to future successes and the economic impact for the City of Geneva with Guardian and other businesses that are here now and in ones that will come in the future.
As part of its mission to attract additional investments to the area, the IDA has worked closely with Guardian, recognizing the CTR will help ensure the plant continues to operate in Geneva for many years to come.
Guardian would like to hire more local employees for it business and is always hiring. For more information, contact: Rfarrington@guardian.com This company is also looking into ways to partner to give back to the community. Stay tuned to some exciting projects coming this year.