SK Holdings C&C is a company that’s based in South Korea, but they’ve been looking for a place to open operations in the US. Right to Work Duluth, Georgia happens to have caught their attention, likely due to the economic benefits. In order to make this possible, the company will invest $1.8 million toward the new location, which will total 2,683 square-feet. In addition, this will create 15 new jobs for the area. So this will be a great addition to the economy of Gwinnett County!
From Area Development Magazine:
“SK holdings C&C established SK C&C USA as a U.S. business platform in Georgia. […] Georgia and Gwinnett County have been a great support as a partner to start our business. Our goal is to become an enabler of IT service and digital innovation for SK affiliates in the U.S.” […]
“Georgia has become a hub for both technology and for Korean investment. […] We thank our partners in Gwinnett County for their support in bringing SK holdings C&C to Georgia and look forward to our continued partnership with SK Group as they create jobs and opportunities in the state.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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