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    EGGER inaugural class of North Carolina apprentices begins training and education

    18.09.2018

    EGGER officially began its Lexington, N.C. apprenticeship program in September 2018 in partnership with Davidson County Community College (DCCC). The program is a key part of EGGER’s effort to develop a highly skilled workforce for its new facility in Lexington while reinvesting in the local community.

     

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    EGGER draws big interest at apprenticeship open house

    25.05.2018

    EGGER hosted 200 attendees at Davidson County Community College (DCCC) this May 2018 to officially kick-off its Apprentice Training Program application process.

     

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  • EGGER made first contact with North Carolina wood suppliers

    EGGER made first contact with North Carolina wood suppliers

    04.05.2018

    EGGER’s wood purchasing department began establishing relationships with the North Carolina wood supplier community at a recent event organized by the North Carolina Forest Service.

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  • This groundbreaking is a critical step for the company in expanding its U.S. presence to better serve North American customers.

    EGGER breaks ground on U.S. corporate office building in North Carolina

    19.03.2018

    EGGER broke ground on its North American corporate offices in North Carolina’s Davidson County. This is a critical step for the company in expanding its U.S. presence to better serve North American customers.

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    EGGER announces plans for a greenfield project in the U.S.

    25.07.2017

    During an official meeting with the Governor of North Carolina, Roy Cooper, and representatives of local authorities, which took place on 24.07.2017, Michael Egger and Walter Schiegl, EGGER Group Management Technology/Production, announced plans to build a wood-based materials plant in Lexington, North Carolina.

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