Kia to hire about 1,000 new workers at Ga. plant

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WEST POINT, Ga. - Kia Motors plans to hire another 1,000 workers at its west Georgia plant.

Kia on Thursday opened the online application process for prospective employees for its plant in West Point, which is near the Alabama state line.

The plant officially opened earlier this year and, as of September, had produced about 100,000 Kia Sorrento SUVs.

Thursday's call for applications marks the third wave of hiring for the plant, which already has about 2,000 employees.

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bclicious 11/18/10 - 10:14 pm
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This is good for Georgia, and

This is good for Georgia, and a step in the right direction.

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tuffenuf4u 11/18/10 - 10:23 pm
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This all sounds fine and

This all sounds fine and good, but it will not benefit the CSRA. West Point is about three and a half hours from Augusta.

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