Chemours Titanium Technologies Chooses Right To Work Georgia Location


Chemours Titanium Technologies is the one of the largest producers on titanium dioxide in the world. Titanium dioxide has many uses and is used for coatings, plastics, and laminates. So now, the company plans to invest $86 million toward a new location in Jesup, Georgia. The new facility is sure to leave a huge impact on the surrounding area of Wayne County. Along with the new building, the company also expects to create 78 new jobs, bringing economic opportunities.

From Area Development Magazine:

“We appreciate the state’s commitment to pursuing economic opportunity through responsible development of mineral deposits, while preserving the area’s natural resources for generations to come.” […]

“The expansion of Chemours is exciting news for our state. Thanks to our top-ranked workforce and unmatched logistics network, the Peach State offers countless opportunities for companies to succeed. We applaud and support their commitment to conservation and celebrate their success as one of our Georgia Made companies, while creating new jobs and opportunities for hardworking Georgians.” […]

“The City of Jesup and Wayne County are excited to see the new Chemours Southern Ionics Minerals facility in full operation, which is bringing high-quality, good-paying jobs to the area, and the facility’s positive impact will be felt across multiple counties.”


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