Here’s an Economic Update on Right to Work Georgia

Right to Work states like Georgia tend to do better economically. And these recent investments are proof of that. Companies that are adding new locations within Georgia include Procter & Gamble and Gotham Greens. Meanwhile, Saint-Gobain ADFORS and MANA Nutrition are expanding.

Read on in order to learn more about each investment!

Procter & Gamble:

Procter & Gamble is investing $205 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Jackson, Georgia. This will create 250 new jobs as a result!

“We are excited that Procter & Gamble has once again chosen Georgia to expand. […] Georgia’s superior logistics infrastructure, including a robust system of highways connected to 80% of the U.S. market by less than two days of driving, will connect the company’s existing facilities and new distribution center to key markets across the globe.” […]

“Congratulations to the Procter & Gamble team as well as our many partners in economic development on another strong announcement for the region. […] Procter & Gamble will be well situated to benefit from metro Atlanta’s strengths in logistics. In addition to our status as a hub for technological innovation, today’s announcement will bolster Georgia’s reputation and leadership in the supply chain sector.”

“Procter & Gamble’s decision to expand operations here in Georgia is a testament to the state’s broad logistics network and its ability to reach major domestic and global markets efficiently. […] At GPA, we are proud to help support the growth of jobs and opportunities delivered by prominent companies such as P&G.”


Saint-Gobain ADFORS:

Saint-Gobain ADFORS North America is investing $28 million in order to expand in Right to Work Dublin, Georgia. This will also create 400 new jobs!

“Nearly two years ago, Saint-Gobain ADFORS, an over 350-year-old French company, decided to invest in Georgia by locating a manufacturing facility in Laurens County. Today, we are very excited to announce this expansion and grateful to the company for continuing to grow in Georgia. […] Facilitating the growth of companies already invested in Georgia, like Saint-Gobain ADFORS, is a priority for the long-term health of our communities.” […]

“Saint-Gobain ADFOR’s leadership has demonstrated its commitment by formulating a dynamic local management team that is committed to making the Dublin plant a huge success. This team is focused on employing a strong employee base and being a vital member of the workforce community.”


Gotham Greens:

Gotham Greens is investing $34 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Monroe, Georgia. This will also create 45 new jobs!

“Gotham Greens is incredibly excited to further expand our greenhouse operations across the country, including to the Southeast for the very first time. […] Building on the continued growth and momentum that Gotham Greens has sustained over the past several years, we are proud to bring our national brand of sustainably grown salad greens and herbs to Monroe and throughout Georgia.” […]

“We are excited to add Gotham Greens to our growing controlled environment agriculture ecosystem. […] Attracting companies like Gotham Greens has been a priority, and we are grateful they chose Walton County for this exciting project. Welcome to Georgia!” […]

“Walton County and the City of Monroe are excited to welcome Gotham Greens to our community. […] We are fortunate to have a company who is committed to product quality and reducing food waste.”


MANA Nutrition:

MANA Nutrition is investing $36 million in order to expand in Right to Work Ben Hill County, Georgia. This will also create 10 new jobs!

“At Mana we are proud to harness two of Georgia’s greatest strengths: people and peanuts, to serve and feed the world. We are proud that our small, rural community is one of the world’s largest suppliers of Ready to Use Food for malnourished children. […] This upgrade to our facility will allow us to feed up to 3 million children a year. Hopefully our effort is an inspiration to others who might not have much, but can do what they can with what they have to make our world a better place.” […]

“Agriculture has long been the backbone of Georgia’s economy. It is extremely gratifying to know that MANA Nutrition will leverage our expertise in agriculture and logistics assets to help feed those in need around the world.” […]

“Feeding the world from rural Georgia is not a new concept. The manner in which Mana Nutrition is doing it is.”


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