STATESBORO, Ga. (WSAV) – On Monday, Gov. Brian Kemp introduced in a press launch that Joon Georgia, Inc., an automotive components producer, will create 630 new jobs and make investments $317 million in Bulloch County.
Joon Georgia’s new facility can be positioned at Bruce Yawn Commerce Park, close to Statesboro and in shut proximity to the Port of Savannah. With connections to the port, each Hyundai and Joon Georgia will be capable of entry international markets rapidly and effectively.
Operations on the Bruce Yawn Commerce Park are anticipated to start in mid-2024, and the corporate will start hiring in mid-2023.
Plans for the corporate’s new manufacturing facility mark the primary confirmed provider for Hyundai Motor Group Metaplant America in Bryan County.
“Joon Georgia would be the first of many firms drawn to the Peach State to assist the Metaplant, creating jobs and alternative for generations of hardworking Georgians. We’re grateful they’ve chosen so as to add their identify to this ongoing success story.” Governor Brian Kemp mentioned in a written assertion.
Billy Allen, chair of the Improvement Authority of Bulloch County mentioned they’re thrilled to welcome Joon Georgia to the Statesboro-Bulloch County group and the area.
“We consider that our nice website within the Bruce Yawn Commerce Park and the proximity to the brand new Hyundai Motor Group Metaplant America will serve the corporate effectively, and we all know that our nice schooling sources, together with Georgia Southern College and Ogeechee Technical Faculty, will present essential workforce assist to assist Joon Georgia succeed.”