State officials announced Thursday that ThyssenKrupp has chosen Fulton County as its new corporate headquarters The German company plans to invest $30 million to consolidate its North American technology services.
The company had offers from many different locations across North America. But Governor Sonny Purdue says Georgia offered them the best deal.
Governor Sonny Perdue said, “This is a company that knows Georgia’s business climate, they know Georgia has a business climate, and the resources to help it succeed and thrive.”
ThyssenKrupp already owns Elevator USA in Fulton County. The investment is expected to create 110 jobs.