Right to Work Georgia Welcomes Great Business Investments

Three businesses are investing soon in Right to Work Georgia. These include Bowery Farming, Battery Resourcers, and Roper Corporation. Altogether, these businesses will create a total of 850 new jobs across the state. So this is exciting news for the economy!

Read on to learn more about each individual investment.

Bowery Farming:

Bowery Farming is adding a new location in Right to Work Locust Grove, Georgia. This will create 100 new jobs for Henry County!

“We’re thrilled to announce our expansion beyond the Northeast and into the Atlanta, Georgia, area. […] Our smart indoor farm in Locust Grove will showcase Bowery’s technology leadership and innovation from seed-to-shelf.” […]

“Georgia leads in cutting-edge advancements in agriculture and the creation of sustainable farming solutions that push the industry forward. […] I’m confident Georgia’s rich farming history, our innovative AgTech ecosystem, and our strategic geographic location will lead to further success for Bowery Farming.” […]

“We welcome Bowery Farming to metro Atlanta and join with our partners in support of this new agricultural operation in our region. […] Metro Atlanta is a great location for food processing businesses due to our highly skilled workforce, our efficient transportation system, as well as direct access to a deep customer base that will benefit Bowery Farming.”


Battery Resourcers:

Battery Resourcers is investing $43 million in order to add a new plant in Right to Work Covington, Georgia. This will also create 150 new jobs!

“We are looking forward to becoming part of the Covington community and bringing 150 tech jobs to the area.” […]

“We are thrilled that Battery Resourcers is coming here and look forward to our continued collaboration with our partners in Newton County as they welcome another sustainability-focused company to the area. Following Rivian’s recent announcement that it would make Georgia the location of its second EV manufacturing facility and campus, this news could not come at a better time for Georgia.” […]

“Metro Atlanta is the ideal location for businesses in the electric vehicle and clean energy industries. […] Battery Resourcers will enjoy access to our engineering and manufacturing expertise from local university and technical college systems, our proximity to market, as well as the rapid growth of the industry in Georgia. Congratulations to Battery Resourcers and all of the organizations that partnered to turn this idea into a reality for metro Atlanta.”


Roper Corporation:

Roper Corporation is investing $118 million in order to expand in Right to Work LaFayette, Georgia. This will also create 600 new jobs!

“Investing in U.S. manufacturing allows us to be closer to our consumers and serve them better, which is critical to GE Appliances’ business strategy. […] Our partnership with Georgia is strong and getting stronger as we continue to build innovative, industry-first cooking products at Roper.” […]

“For nearly 50 years, Roper Corporation has been a vital employer and key member of the northwest Georgia community. And as a great corporate partner, this Georgia Made company has continually found ways to give back. […] I am very proud of the state’s long-standing relationship with Roper Corporation and GE Appliances and thank them for their continued investment. I look forward to seeing the many opportunities this expansion creates across the region.”


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