LTI, a Jonesboro food services manufacturer, will dedicate its expanded facility seen here in October of last year during construction.
Photo: ccompton@ajc.com/Curtis Compton
Photo: ccompton@ajc.com/Curtis Compton

Clayton food services supplier to celebrate massive expansion Thursday

Clayton County will dedicate the expansion of 

food services and supply manufacturer Low Temp Industries headquarters in Jonesboro on Thursday.

LTI, which has been in business for 71 years, has moved into a new 172,500-square-foot manufacturing and office space at 1947 Bill Casey Parkway. The company said it expanded to improve manufacturing flow and function. 

“The building is all part of our strategic plan to grow revenue and provide skilled job opportunities that contribute to the overall economic growth and development of Clayton County, Georgia — a place we’re happy to continue to call home,” the company added.

The 5 p.m. event will include remarks by Jonesboro Mayor Joy Day, Clayton County Commission Chairman Jeff Turner and LTI president and CEO Ben Casey. Georgia Attorney Chris Carr will be the keynote speaker. 

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