Are You Familiar With These Right to Work Georgia Businesses?
Dorel Sports just recently completed an expansion in Rincon which serves as their new fulfillment center. Meanwhile, Danimer Scientific is investing $700 million toward an expansion in Bainbridge. They also plan to more than quadruple their current workforce. In addition, Sailfish Boats is investing $1 million in Cairo, which will allow them to increase their workforce by 30%. So these will serve as great economic opportunities for their respective areas!
Read on to see what others are saying about these investments!
“Georgia has been a welcoming home for Danimer since the company’s inception. We are grateful for the opportunity to continue growing our roots in the region. […] With access to the state’s robust logistics infrastructure and top-notch talent coming from local universities, we are in a strong position to make our vision of replacing traditional plastic with 100% renewable and biodegradable alternatives a reality. We could not be more pleased with the growing commitments to sustainable solutions by multinational companies, which has allowed us to double the planned size of this new facility.”
“The new building is much more than just a building. […] It’s an opportunity to cater our supply chain operations and develop a flagship facility we can use to benchmark for continual improvements throughout our Dorel Sports family.”
“We are excited to welcome Dorel Sports to Effingham County. […] We are honored they have chosen our community for their flagship east-coast fulfillment center, and look forward to a long and prosperous partnership.”
“For 35 years, we have called Cairo, Georgia, and Grady County home. Our growth now and throughout our history has been as a result of the hundreds of skilled, hardworking, and dedicated employees that call this area home. […] Our current and forecasted growth is the result of upcoming new product introductions and development, a 35% increase of our distribution network, and sheer market demand for offshore/inshore fishing boats.”