Right to Work Georgia Excited to Welcome New Business!

Right to Work Georgia is seeing an increase in economic activity! Businesses are adding new locations as well as expanding here. Companies making investments in Right to Work Georgia include Norma Precision, and Joon Georgia, as well as Grupo Bimbo and King’s Hawaiian. Altogether, they will create a total of 1,372 new jobs for the state. So this is exciting news! Read on in order to learn more.

Norma Precision:

Norma Precision is investing $60 million in order to add a new location and create 600 new jobs in Right to Work Bryan County, Georgia.

“Norma Precision manufactured ammunition in the United States for 12 years as RUAG Ammotec USA. The past four years have been remarkable in terms of steady growth.” […]

“Projects of this size benefit entire regions of the state. Whether it’s through hiring or partnering with local suppliers, the economic impact of Norma Precision’s new facility will be felt across county lines. […] Part of having a business-friendly environment is cooperation between communities, and it’s one of the reasons that Georgia’s a top state to do business. Bryan and Chatham counties worked together to create an innovative solution to secure Norma Precision’s new jobs for Georgians in the region. Thank you to everyone who helped make this happen!” […]

“GPA welcomes Norma Precision’s growth in the region. […] The company is a valued member of our manufacturing community, and its expansion here in Georgia is a testament to the state’s broad logistics network and its ability to reach major domestic and global markets efficiently.”


Joon Georgia:

Joon Georgia is investing $317 million and creating 317 new jobs in Right to Work Bulloch County as a result of a new facility here.

“Joon Georgia’s announcement today is a landmark moment as we drive Georgia’s automotive industry into the future. […] Hyundai Motor Group, its suppliers, and the Savannah area JDA are creating generational opportunities for communities in Georgia. Supporting the jobs of tomorrow is a team effort, and regional collaboration ensures that those benefits are shared across county lines.” […]

“The Development Authority of Bulloch County is honored and proud to welcome Joon Georgia to the Statesboro-Bulloch County community and our region. […] We believe that our great site in the Bruce Yawn Commerce Park and the proximity to the new Hyundai Motor Group Metaplant America will serve the company well, and we know that our great education resources, including Georgia Southern University and Ogeechee Technical College, will provide critical workforce support to help Joon Georgia succeed.”


Grupo Bimbo:

Grupo Bimbo is investing $200 million and creating 295 new jobs in order to add a new facility in Right to Work Valdosta, Georgia.

“Since Grupo Bimbo joined our Georgia family of international companies last year, they have been a strong community partner and premier employer in the Valdosta region,. […] It is always exciting when a company that has invested in Georgia decides to invest again. Congratulations to Grupo Bimbo and the Valdosta-Lowndes community for this next step in a long-term partnership.”


King’s Hawaiian:

King’s Hawaiian is investing $85 million in order to expand in Right to Work Oakwood, Georgia. This will also create 160 new jobs!

“Georgia has been an important part of King’s Hawaiian for more than a decade, and we are excited to expand our ohana by creating more than 160 new jobs in Hall County.”

“King’s Hawaiian has truly become part of the community in Oakwood, and they recognize the value in creating mutually beneficial relationships. […] Beyond providing jobs and opportunities for locals, the company has worked with the University System of Georgia to offer learning and career development opportunities for students.” […]

“The ‘Aloha Spirit’ is strong in Hall County and Northeast Georgia. […] King’s Hawaiian is a great corporate citizen and leader in the business community. King’s Hawaiian and its employees make an impact through their support of many programs including the Boys and Girls Clubs, Junior Achievement, and Youth Leadership Hall, benefitting both kids and the community. We are very excited to grow our long-term partnership in this community and Georgia.”


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