Hyundai Dymos is opening a manufacturing plant in West Point to supply Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia, announced Gov. Nathan Deal today in a press release. The new facility will create approximately 350 jobs in the West Point area. The company plans to open in November 2014, but will begin hiring in January.
“Hyundai Dymos is joining a booming automotive industry in Georgia,” said Governor Deal. “Kia’s presence here has been a magnet for automotive suppliers, and our ready-to-work, highly trained workforce ensures that Georgia stays in the running for major automotive projects.”
Founded in 1994, Hyundai Dymos manufactures transmissions, axles, 4WD systems and seats. Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia began in 2009 in West Point. They have created more than 14,000 jobs in the region.
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