Recap: Here’s the Latest on Right to Work Georgia

Georgia continues to grow economically as a result of its Right to Work laws. And these investments are evidence of that. Norma Precision Ammunition has chosen this great state for its headquarters establishment. Meanwhile, Ecopol is adding a new location here. In addition, PepsiCo is expanding. So these will be great additions to Georgia’s economy.

Read on so you can learn more about each investment!

Norma Precision Ammunition:

Norma Precision Ammunition is establishing headquarters in Right to Work Chatham County, Georgia.

“We are pleased to announce the official relocation of Norma Precision Ammunition to the Georgia Lowcountry. […] The Savannah area offers a significant opportunity to expand our small arms ammunition manufacturing and distribution operations to meet growing customer demand and to better serve our partners in the small arms industry, while providing unmatched access to the world-class Port of Savannah.” […]

“Norma’s decision to locate in the Savannah area is a perfect example of the fundamental link between manufacturing and logistics, and how Georgia excels at helping companies succeed. […] We are proud to welcome Norma Precision Ammunition to our state, and to serve their global logistics needs.”

“Today’s announcement that Norma Precision Ammunition will locate their U.S. headquarters, manufacturing and distribution operations to Chatham County is a testament that our region has the infrastructure and skilled workforce for companies to locate and thrive here. […] This is great news for our region and we look forward to working with Norma Precision Ammunition as they grow here in Savannah.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

Ecopol:

Ecopol is investing $38 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Spalding County, Georgia. This will also create 130 new jobs!

“Ecopol is an exciting addition to Georgia’s community of innovative companies dedicated to keeping unnecessary waste out of landfills, waterways, and the ocean using sustainable technology and solutions. […] The quality of our teams and their commitment to working with companies has made Georgia an attractive location for exciting and impactful projects like Ecopol. We look forward to them joining the more than 90 Italian companies already in Georgia.” […]AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

PepsiCo:

PepsiCo is investing a total of $260 million toward an expansion in Right to Work Tucker, Georgia, creating 136 new jobs!

“Georgia’s dedication to providing the tools and resources for specialized workforce training continues to give the state a competitive advantage in attracting companies to create jobs and opportunities here. […] It’s a pleasure to witness PepsiCo’s growth in Georgia over the last two years. I look forward to continuing the state’s successful partnership with their team.”

“The competitive landscape for economic development projects extends far and wide in Georgia. […] We are delighted that PBNA has decided to deepen the roots they have planted here in DeKalb County. We are proud to be a part of this exciting public/private partnership that will spur job creation and economic growth.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

To read the previous update on economic development in Right to Work Georgia, click here.

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