New Right to Work Georgia Companies Create Over 2k Jobs

Businesses are choosing to invest in Georgia over other states due to the great economic benefits that the Right to Work state provides. The most recent Right to Work Georgia investments will soon be coming from Archer Aviation, Komar, and FREYR Battery. And altogether, they will create a total of 2,017 new Georgia jobs. So this is incredible news! Read on in order to find out more.

Archer Aviation:

Archer Aviation is investing $118 million in order to add a new facility in Right to Work Newton County, Georgia. This will also mean 1,000 new jobs!

“Technology and innovation continue to drive change across strategic industries, and Archer Aviation is on the forefront of a technological evolution in the aviation industry. Utilizing an innovative, state-of-the art eVTOL aircraft design, the company will look to sustainably tackle mobility issues in our urban centers, and we are thrilled they decided to invest in Georgia. […] Congratulations to our partners in Newton County on helping us bring these jobs of the future to Georgia.” […]

“We welcome Archer Aviation to metro Atlanta where the strength of our community will help ensure the success of their new facility. […] Congratulations to all of the partner organizations that supported this project.”


Komar Brands:

Komar Brands is investing $87 million in order to add a new facility in Right to Work Bryan County, Georgia. They will also create 294 new jobs!

“Komar is pleased to be partnering with Georgia to establish this new manufacturing and distribution center, which is an important part of our strategic vision. […] We are looking forward to breaking ground in the very near future and appreciate all the assistance and cooperation to make this project come to fruition.” […]

“We’re excited to welcome a well-established company like Komar to Georgia, and we look forward to a long-lasting relationship between the company and community. […] Our consistent economic policy and dedication to speed-to-market solutions have made Georgia a dynamic place to grow. We’re grateful for the strong partnerships between our local communities and the Georgia Ports Authority that make doing business in Georgia easier for companies like Komar.” […]


FREYR Battery:

FREYR Battery is investing $2.57 billion in order to add a new location and create 723 new jobs in Right to Work Coweta County, Georgia.

“At FREYR, we are deeply committed to the ambition we share with our U.S. partners to decarbonize the transportation and energy sectors. […] As we advance our U.S. expansion plan in cooperation with our key stakeholders, we expect to make meaningful investments to spur job creation and the eventual development of localized, decarbonized supply chains in the U.S. to enhance energy security and economic activity.” […]

“We’re excited to welcome FREYR Battery to metro Atlanta, which has quickly become a hub for battery cell research and production. […] FREYR Battery will benefit from the vibrant research ecosystem that exists in the region and the diversity of talent that stands ready to support the company’s next-generation efforts. Congratulations to the team at FREYR Battery and all of the organizations that supported this decision.”


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