What Companies are Investing in Right to Work Georgia?
Three companies that are investing soon in the state of Georgia include Interfor, WebstaurantStore, and Amazon.
Interfor will be expanding in Perry while both WebstaurantStore and Amazon are adding new locations in Savannah. Read on so you can find out more about each of these investments!
Interfor is a lumber company that is well-known in the state of Right to Work Georgia. Now, they are investing $30 million in order to expand in Perry, Georgia.
“On behalf of the Development Authority of Houston County, along with our partners, the Houston County Commissioners and the City of Perry, we are so pleased to see this additional investment from Interfor Corporation. […] The expansion represents more growth and success for one of our top employers. It also highlights a healthy environment of consistent support of industry and community. We are grateful for the company’s confidence to invest in Houston County and for the partnership opportunity.”
WebstaurantStore is adding a new distribution center soon in Right to Work Savannah, Georgia. This will create 100 new jobs!
“It’s always exciting when one of our existing Georgia companies continues to invest in the state. […] But given that the last year has been especially tumultuous for the restaurant industry and its many suppliers, it is particularly gratifying to see WebstaurantStore expand in Georgia. Many thanks to WebstaurantStore for continuing to invest in our state and providing new opportunities for hardworking Georgia. […]
“The addition of 100 new job opportunities to the Savannah market is great news for our region. […] With a stellar workforce and a vast infrastructure system, we know that WebstaurantStore will thrive in our region, and we look forward to working with them as they grow in our region.”
Amazon is adding a new fulfillment center in Right to Work Savannah, Georgia. This will create 1,000 new full-time jobs for the area!
“Amazon is proud to serve customers across Georgia and throughout the southeast region of the U.S.. […] Amazon has found an outstanding workforce, strong local support, and incredible customers in the state, and we look forward to creating these new, full-time jobs starting at $15 an hour with benefits on day one.” […]
“For over a decade, Amazon has been a valued partner to Georgia. […] While it’s no secret that the state’s prime location in the Southeast puts Georgia at a competitive advantage for attracting e-commerce and logistics-focused companies, it is the seamless relationships with our sister agencies such as the Georgia Department of Transportation, Georgia Ports Authority, and our local communities and utility partners, that allow us to deliver on our mission of creating a wide variety of jobs and opportunities for Georgians. Many thanks to Amazon for continuing to invest in Georgia.” […]