High Point-based Southern Film Extruders has finished closing its Fort Pierce, Fla., site and moving the equipment into its High Point plant, said Vice President John Barnes.
The closing of its Fort Pierce site was announced last year.
In High Point, the company has two adjoining plants that total more than 100,000 square feet. Including its latest move, Southern Film has invested $10 million to expand space and capabilities at High Point since mid-2003.
The company moved seven extrusion lines from Fort Pierce to High Point, giving the North Carolina operation 26 lines total. The last of the equipment was installed July 31.
``All of the employees at Fort Pierce were offered jobs in High Point,'' Barnes said by telephone.
Barnes did not disclose the firm's plans for the 60,000-square-foot Florida plant.
The firm had 2004 film sales of $58 million. Joe Martinez is Southern Film president.