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Nordson property gains new owners
Electronic recycling company buys vacant building
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The former Dawson County home of the Nordson Corporation has found new owners in Premier Surplus, an electronic recycling company that is currently based in Ball Ground. - photo by Allie Dean Dawson County News
As of Friday afternoon, an industrial building that sat vacant on the corner of Lumpkin Campground, Grizzle and Industrial Park roads for three years has found new owners and a new life. The family-owned electronic recycling company Premier Surplus is bringing its business to Dawsonville, and now occupies the warehouses that used to belong to the adhesive dispensing equipment manufacturing company Nordson. Phillip Kennedy, the president and founder of Premier Surplus, said that the building is everything his company needs to be successful.