Companies Like InFlex are Expanding in Right to Work Georgia!

Four companies are expanding in Right to Work Georgia. And it’s no surprise as to why. Right to Work states provide the ideal environment for business expansion, which then creates new job opportunities. Companies that are growing here include Purple Innovation, ASOS, InFlex, and Woodgrain. Altogether, these businesses will create over 750 new jobs. So this is great news for Georgia!

Purple Innovation:

Purple Innovation is expanding soon in Right to Work McDonough, Georgia. This will create 500 new jobs, bringing their employee total to over 800!

“Within a year of announcing their first location, it is exciting to share the news that Purple is expanding again. […] This innovative, Georgia Made company will continue to impact lives across the country from right here in McDonough. I know this is just the beginning of the success and good news we will hear from Purple.” […]

“We take a lot of pride when one of our established industries expands in Henry County. […] Purple Innovation doubling their manufacturing footprint and adding a customer care center to their Henry County campus proves that our efforts in leveraging our strong supply chain position to grow our advanced manufacturing and professional services sectors are working. We want to thank Purple for their continued investments with us.”

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ASOS:

ASOS is investing $100 million in order to expand in Right to Work Union City, Georgia. This will also create lots of new, high-paying jobs!

“We were proud to make Union City our U.S. base three years ago and are excited to be building on that investment to develop our proposition for our 20-something U.S. customers even further. […] Automation will help us to streamline our operation and create additional jobs. We’re very grateful to both State and local authorities for their strong support.” […]

“We are so pleased that ASOS will be investing in their metro Atlanta fulfillment center once again. […] Our region is rich in resources that contribute to the success of supply chain and logistics operations: skilled workforce, solid transportation infrastructure, supply chain technology savvy, and business-friendly environment. ASOS’s decision to continue to invest in their Union City facility is a testament to how the strength of these resources drives economic success for businesses.”

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InFlex:

InFlex is expanding soon in Right to Work Alma, Georgia with an $8 million investment. This will also create 100 new jobs for Bacon County!

“It is particularly gratifying to see a Georgia-based company like Amcor continue to expand in the state. […] I also commend our partners at the Bacon County Development Authority for their hard work in finding the ideal tenant […]”

“We are pleased to welcome Amcor’s InFlex operations into the Alma and Bacon County communities. […] Amcor’s investment in Alma will create new career opportunities for individuals interested in technology and the creation of premium, industry-leading products.”

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Woodgrain:

Woodgrain is expanding in Right to Work Leesburg, Georgia with a $10 million investment. This will also create 150 new jobs!

“This expansion is a key component of our mission to leverage our vertical integration to deliver premier service and customer driven millwork solutions. […] As a proud member of the Lee County community for over 25 years, we look forward to the opportunities this expansion will provide for members of our communities in southwest Georgia.” […]

“With manufacturing and distribution operations in Lee, Sumter, and Gwinnett Counties, Woodgrain has been a longtime partner to the state. […] Many thanks to our partners at the Lee County Development Authority for the support they provide to the companies who call this community home.”

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