ATLANTA - Surya, an India-based textile company, plans to create 200 new jobs and invest $30 million into its corporate office and distribution facility in Cartersville. <br />
Plans call for Surya to open a state-of-the-art, 1,000,000-square-foot facility that will handle supply chain management, sales and web and creative development services for the company. Hiring has already begun. The project will retain 250 jobs and create 200 new jobs over the next few years. <br />
Surya makes machine and hand-knotted rugs and sells soft goods for the home furnishings market. The rugs and decorative accessories are made abroad and shipped to the United States for sales and distribution operations. Surya markets its products to the retailer, interior designer and hospitality markets globally from its current location. <br />
To learn more about Surya, visit www.surya.com.
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