Anovion Technologies Has Big Plans For Right to Work Georgia

Right to Work Georgia Economic Update

Anovion Technologies, a company that supplies materials for lithium-ion battery manufacturing, is establishing a new location soon in Right to Work Bainbridge, Georgia. In order to do this, they are investing a total of $800 million. They also plan to create 400 new jobs. So this is incredible economic news and shows just how beneficial Right to Work laws are.

From Area Development Magazine:

“We are thrilled to be opening our first large-scale expansion manufacturing facility in Georgia. The state’s strong technical workforce and top-tier schools will help advance research partnerships and contribute to a highly skilled talent pipeline in support of Anovion’s drive for continued innovation and creation of exciting climate technology jobs of the future. […] We are also encouraged by the region’s growing availability of clean energy, resulting in increased sustainability for Anovion’s manufacturing process. We are looking forward to providing solutions that will further secure the country’s electrified future with the support of our partners in Georgia and the Federal government.” […]

“Much of the critical supply chain for e-mobility and manufacturing is currently sourced outside of the U.S. Anovion is an innovative industry leader that fills that need and delivers another critical component of the supply chain to Georgia. […] A diverse mix of public-private partnerships are coming together to support the next revolution in the automotive industry, from working with utility partners and establishing infrastructure to attracting and retaining top-talent through the University System of Georgia. We are excited for the hope and opportunity Anovion will create for Bainbridge and Decatur County; congratulations!”


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