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Doormaker to open Butler operations

100 workers expected by end of 2016

A maker of steel roll-up doors for the self-storage industry is rolling out operations in Butler.

Janus International, which also supplies industrial and commercial customers, will invest $650,000 to lease, renovate and equip a vacant building in the DeKalb County city of about 2,700 residents.

The Georgia-based manufacturer plans to create 50 jobs this year and expects to reach 100 workers by the end of 2016.

The jobs, which are mostly in production, will pay $12.60 to $13.37 an hour.

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