Recap: Right to Work Georgia Welcomes New Business Locations
Businesses choose to invest in Right to Work Georgia due to the great economic environment that it’s Right to Work laws allow to shine through. Businesses currently investing in Right to Work Georgia include Sam’s Club and Idea Nuova, as well as Sewon America. Each one of these companies is adding a new location somewhere within the state, as well as creating new job opportunities. In fact, they will create a total of 1,420 new jobs altogether. So this is incredible news for the state!
Read on in order to find out more.
Sam’s Club is investing $142 million in order to add a new fulfillment center in Right to Work Douglas County, Georgia and create 600 new jobs.
“We are on a journey to transform the entire Sam’s Club supply chain through strategic expansion and cutting-edge automation. This location is a great step in that direction. This investment is critical to deliver to our members with speed and provide an overall great experience.” […]
“Sam’s Club is a familiar name for many families, and we are excited the company has chosen Douglas County to expand its supply chain capabilities. […] We are thankful for the economic development partners who support our state’s continued growth, and we look forward to Sam’s Club’s continued success in Georgia!”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
Idea Nuova is investing $19 million in order to add a new facility in Right to Work Sylvania, Georgia, which will create 80 new jobs!
“Idea Nuova and our partners in Screven County and the City of Sylvania are creating jobs and opportunities to support a healthy community. […] Advanced manufacturing and logistics companies are thriving in Georgia, where they can grow at affordable costs and enjoy easy access to the logistics hub of Atlanta and the port cities of Savannah and Brunswick. We’re excited to welcome Idea Nuova to Georgia, and we thank our partners for their hard work and dedication!” […]
“Idea Nuova will be joining a strong and growing industry base and workforce in Screven County. […] The company plans to create 80 jobs, invest heavily in facilities and equipment, and pay lucrative wages. They will provide great opportunities for the residents of the City of Sylvania, Screven County, and the region. We are excited to welcome Idea Nuova to Screven County.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
Sewon America is investing $300 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Rincon, Georgia and create 740 new jobs.
“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.” […]
“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.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
To read the previous update on economic development in Right to Work Georgia, click here.