Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance member breaks ground on new facility

LTI recently broke ground for its new $14.6 million headquarters in Jonesboro. CONTRIBUTED

In its most recent news update sent to stakeholders, Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance congratulated Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance Board Member Ben Casey with LTI. The company recently broke ground for its new $14.6 million headquarters in Jonesboro. LTI is a third generation owned and operated foodservice equipment manufacturer founded in 1947.

The Alliance also announced the addition of Blackhall Studios as its newest investment partner. Blackhall supplies complete studio services to all types of productions through its nine sound stages.

Information: blackhallstudios.com

The Board of Director’s of the Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance also announced it will not conduct a regular monthly meeting in March due to its annual planning retreat. The Board will meet again 1 to 2 p.m. Friday, April 27 at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s Technical Support Campus, 1255 South Loop Road, College Park.

Information: aeroatl.org

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