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Technical Textiles Sector Adds Jobs In Virginia

Investments in technical textiles facilities in Virginia will add 77 new jobs to local payrolls.

Pulaski, Va.-based BondCote Corp. will invest $2.7 million to expand production of its high-performance coated and laminated fabrics, increasing production capacity by 20 percent and creating 27 new jobs. Lindstrand USA Inc., a subsidiary of Lindstrand Technologies Ltd. - an England-based inflatable structures manufacturer - will invest $2.5 million to open its first US-based aeronautical fabric engineering and production plant in South Boston, Va. The facility will employ 50 people.

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