Businesses in Right to Work Georgia Invest Large Amounts

Georgia is seeing a big influx of businesses that are investing large amounts into the state. In fact, Nestlé Purina, Hyundai TRANSYS, and FiberVisions altogether total $838 million in investments. In addition, these three companies will create 829 new jobs across the state, with Hyundai creating the most at 678 new jobs. This is exciting news, so read on to see what people are saying about each company’s investment!

Nestlé Purina PetCare:

“The announcement by Nestlé Purina to expand operations in Hart County is exciting news for our community as well as the region. […] The company not only provides excellent career opportunities, but also has significant involvement in the local community.”


Hyundai TRANSYS:

“Our No. 1 business climate, alongside our robust logistics network and top-ranked workforce training programs, are not only attracting global companies to the Peach State, but also retaining existing industries and helping them grow here. […]

“I thank Hyundai TRANSYS for their long-term commitment to Georgia[. I] I look forward to continuing to work together to ensure their investment keeps paying off for them and for the hardworking people of West Georgia.”



“We are very appreciative of the support we have received […] for this third phase of our capacity expansion plans in Covington. […] As a pillar of the Covington community for many decades, we are pleased to welcome 21 new employees into the FiberVisions and Indorama Ventures family[. W]e are making plans for additional capacity expansions in the near future.”


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