SILON, a leading producer of technical compounds and polyester staple fibers, will create more than 20 jobs and invest $20 million in a new Peachtree City facility in Georgia. The facility will be used for manufacturing, warehousing and storage purposes. The newly created jobs include positions in engineering, management and production.
Headquartered in the Czech Republic, SILON produces and sells polyolefin-based performance compounds and polyester fibers for use in the construction, automotive, and medical industries, among others.
SILON was founded in 1950 as a state-owned company near Tábor, Czech Republic, and is now one of the top producers of polyester fibers and polyolefin-based compounds in Europe. SILON specializes in tailor-made solutions, creating products with very specific properties for a wide range of applications.
Silon Company exports its products into more than 30 countries.
Published by the team of CzechTrade foreign office in Chicago.