Harris County is set for 110 new jobs after Daesol Material Georgia, a manufacturer of automotive fiber padding, invested $35 million in the construction and equipping of a 120,000-square-foot facility located in the Northwest Harris Business Park.
Daesol will produce automotive fiber padding for its nearby sister company, DAEHON Solution, which supplies noise, vibration and harshness system engineering and interior components for the Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia plant in West Point.
The exact makeup of the new jobs is unknown at this time, but stay tuned to Georgia@Work for any updates on a timeline when the hiring will begin.
Treutlan County will soon be home to 70 new positions after the Georgia Department of Economic Development announced that Modutek International, manufacturer of modular buildings and power systems, will invest $6 million into a new manufacturing and distribution facility.
Modutek International’s new facility will manufacture and distribute plug and play modular power systems for both domestic and international installations. Modutek packaged systems are provided to prime mover manufacturers, data centers, retail facilities, health care facilities and energy producers.
This new manufacturing and distribution facility in Soperton will produce modular power systems for data centers and other technology companies.
Douglas County continues to add to its IT portfolio, as CyrusOne, a leading global colocation provider, will invest $200 million in a new data center campus in Douglasville over the next seven years.
This facility is projected to generate an additional $600 million in investment and create 38 jobs through businesses that choose to locate at the data center.
The new facility will be located in Riverside West Industrial Park. CyrusOne will also create nine new jobs at the facility, including positions in facility maintenance and management, construction, mechanical and electrical maintenance, physical security, sales and operations support.