Sewon America to Create 740 New Jobs in Right to Work Georgia

Right to Work Georgia Economic Update

Sewon America will soon create 740 new jobs in Right to Work Rincon, Georgia. This comes as a result of their decision to add a new location here. In order to make all of this possible, the company is investing a total of $300 million toward the project. So this is great news for Effingham County’s economy!

From Area Development Magazine:

“Sewon America was founded 15 years ago in west Georgia, and I’m very happy to be able to build another Sewon facility in east Georgia. We are very excited about our future as one family in two Georgia locations. […] This growth is possible thanks to the full support and dedication of the Sewon team members, as well as Governor Kemp, the Georgia Department of Economic Development, and Effingham County. Sewon America will continue as an excellent corporate and community partner, and we look forward to continued success in Effingham County.” […]

“From working with local colleges and Georgia Quick Start to participating in statewide initiatives like Georgia Made, Sewon has integrated into and lent its own industry experience to Georgia’s automotive community. […] We are excited that Sewon is reinvesting in Georgia as they support Hyundai Motor Group’s operations from Effingham County, which has the skilled workforce, infrastructure, and collaborative spirit to support the company’s growth. Congratulations to Sewon and Effingham County, and we look forward to the opportunities this creates for the company and community.” […]

“We are thrilled that Sewon America, one of the largest automobile parts manufacturers in North America, has selected Grande View industrial park as the best location to make a significant investment for their future growth.”


To read the previous economic update on Right to Work states, click here.