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Mytex Polymers to expand its plant in Newton County, Georgia



Mytex Polymers to expand its plant in Newton County, Georgia




Mytex Polymers

Estimated Cost:

$7 million



Owned by Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, Mytex Polymers US Corp is investing more than $7 million to expand its facility in Newton County, Georgia.


Mytex develops, tests, and manufactures polymer solutions used in a variety of products including automotive parts, household appliances, recreational vehicles, industrial equipment, specialty packaging, and other everyday goods.

Mytex provides engineered polyolefins and long glass fiber polypropylene used in a wide array of goods for customers across the globe. Headquartered in Jeffersonville, Indiana, Mytex chose to expand in Georgia to support increasing customer demand for long glass fiber polypropylene products.

With warehousing and distribution locations in the City of Covington, the company will continue their expansion by constructing a new production line in an existing 140,000 square-foot space.

"Mytex brings an invaluable resource to Newton County from their additional job creation to their expertise in the polymer market, to their commitment to our community,"said Senior Project Manager of the Newton County Industrial Development Authority Serra Hall.