TUCKER - AMF BakeTech, a manufacturer of industrial bakery equipment, joined Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development Tuesday to announce the consolidation and expansion of its regional manufacturing and engineering facility in South Gwinnett.<br />
Officials say the growth in this location represents 65 new jobs and $4 million in capital investment.<br />
The company is located in the Royal Atlanta Business Park near the DeKalb-Gwinnett county line.<br />
To learn more about AMF BakeTech, visit www.amfbakery.com or www.baketech.com. For more information on Gwinnett's local economic development efforts, visit www.gwinnetteconomicdevelopment.com.<br />
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