Seohan Auto Plans Right to Work Georgia Location

Right to Work Georgia Economic Update

Seohan Auto Georgia is adding a new manufacturing facility soon in Right to Work Liberty County, Georgia. In order to do this, the EV parts company is investing a total of $72 million toward the project. They will also create 180 new jobs. So this is incredible news for market and serves as evidence as to how businesses prefer and create new opportunities in Right to Work states.

From Area Development Magazine:

“Sustained growth of the EV market over the past few years suggests that accelerated changes to the automotive market is inevitable. We believe Georgia will be the center of the EV industry, and will be a new frontier for Seohan’s future with limitless opportunities and potential. […] We are very pleased to collaborate in partnership with Georgia and move towards a promising new future.” […]

“The ongoing transition to e-mobility and sustainable technology creates a window of opportunity for companies and states that remain on the forefront, and we are excited to work with Seohan to provide solutions to this developing industry.” […]

“From our negotiations with Seohan Auto Georgia we’ve learned that it and its affiliated enterprises in South Korea, the United States, and around the world truly are responsible, thorough, and progressive organizations that are striving to advance innovative technology. […] We are pleased that Seohan has selected Liberty County as their location in which to Come Grow Globally. We look forward to working with them in assuring a very successful venture for their new advanced manufacturing project.”


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