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The global auto parts supplier joins a growing list of Hyundai suppliers. Meanwhile, Georgia Ports Authority expands its refrigerated container capacity.
A $2.5 billion expansion at two sites will more than double production at the Korea-based company's solar module manufacturing operations in Georgia.
In two automotive industry-related projects, Hyundai Motor Group and SK On EV battery plant will create up to $5B investment, over 3,500 jobs; Becker Robotic Equipment will invest $30M, create 137 jobs.
Norma Precision Ammunition will invest $60 million to build new manufacturing, assembly, and distribution operations in Bryan County, GA. Plus, FREYR Battery will create 723 jobs in Coweta County.
Grupo Bimbo will invest over $200 million to expand in Valdosta, King’s Hawaiian will invest more than $85 million in its Oakwood facility.
NewCold will invest over $33M in a new Georgia distribution facility; BlueStar Studios is building a 53-acre production campus in Atlanta
The 755-acre SeaPoint Industrial Terminal Complex in Savannah, GA is the largest brownfield cleanup project since the inception of the Georgia Brownfield Program.
GAF Materials will invest $146 million in Lowndes County, while YKK AP will invest up to $125 million in its Bibb County expansion.
Korea-based SungEel HiTech will invest more than $37 million in its new SungEel Recycling Park Georgia facility, creating 104 jobs in Stephens County.
In total, PepsiCo, Duluth Trading, and WebstaurantStore will invest $400 million to expand in DaKalb, Bartow and Bryan counties.
AFB International, a global manufacturer of pet food ingredients, will invest more than $79 million in a new facility in Columbus, Georgia.
Home Chef’s new 181,000-square-foot facility in Douglasville, GA will allow for more capacity and increased efficiencies.
Infrastructure and workforce are among the advantages driving Georgia’s business climate.
The new Boston Scientific medical device manufacturing and supply chain facility will create about 340 new jobs in Johns Creek, GA.
New PepsiCo distribution center is part of the company’s $268 million investment in Georgia, and will create 50 new jobs in Commerce.
Hyundai Motor Group will invest more than $5.5B in the electric vehicle and battery manufacturing facility, which will be built at the Bryan County Megasite.
The meat snack maker will invest $450 million in its new manufacturing facility at the I-75 GRAD Certified Site in Houston County.
Germany-based pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim will create 55 jobs at its Animal Health Global Innovation Center in Athens, GA.
Investment trend continues with Norma Precision Ammunition's relocation and expansion project in Chatham County, Ecopol's expansion to Spalding County.
States are vying to attract foreign direct investment funds as cross border investments pump much needed funds into local economies.