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Monday August 3rd, 2015 11:26PM

HTI Employment Solutions opens new office in Georgia

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - HTI Employments Solutions celebrated the grand opening of a new office in Gainesville this month.

The Gainesville location is HTI's ninth office in the Southeast and its first in Georgia. HTI is headquartered in Greenville, SC. Specifically, HTI has supported hiring for ZF Wind Power and ZF Gainesville.

"HTI is excited about its new office in Gainesville and becoming an active member in the Gainesville community. The facility in Gainesville is a part of HTI's plan to grow its operations into the State of Georgia. Gainesville's strong economic base coupled with a trained, educated workforce makes it a natural fit into HTI's strategy," said Herb Dew, President of Human Technologies.

The new office is located at 3460 Mundy Mill Road, Suite 112, Gainesville, GA, 30504.

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