Right to Work Georgia Welcomes 830 New Jobs

In the Right to Work state of Georgia, Bluestem Brands and ByoPlanet International, as well as Path-Tec are expanding. Meanwhile, Dole Packaged Foods is adding a whole new facility. This state gladly welcomes these companies, as they will soon be creating lots of new job opportunities. In fact, these four companies all totaled will create 830 new jobs across the entire state. So this is another big win for this Right to Work economy.

Read on to find out more about each company and their investment!

Bluestem Brands:

“Bluestem’s decision to substantially expand their presence in Georgia is yet another example of how the state’s strong logistics infrastructure and workforce training programs continue to support e-commerce and create jobs and opportunities for hardworking Georgians. […] I thank Bluestem for their job-creating investment, and I appreciate the work of our world-class economic development team to support our existing industries and helping them grow right here in the Peach State.”


Dole Packaged Foods:

“We are excited to have this facility open later this month. […] Dole has a strong commitment to bringing our healthy products to as many people as possible and this operation will help us achieve this goal. We look forward to many years of success at this facility.”


ByoPlanet International:

“I want to thank ByoPlanet International and our partners in Athens-Clarke County for […] quickly ramping up production of disinfectant products critical for the fight against COVID-19, while providing jobs for Georgians who otherwise would have been furloughed. […] It makes me incredibly proud to see a company born out of the University of Georgia and deeply tied to the Classic City reinvest, grow, and create new jobs while continuing to give back to the community.”



“Our world-class economic development team remains laser-focused on creating jobs for hardworking Georgians[…] I look forward to seeing the opportunities this expansion creates in Columbus and the surrounding region.”


To read the previous update on economic development in Right to Work Georgia, click here.

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