Dasan Machineries, a Korea-based manufacturer, will locate to Gwinnett County, creating 150 jobs and investing $30 million into the project over the next three years.
“Our longstanding business relationship with Korea is evident when state-of-the-art companies such as Dasan Machineries choose Georgia when they expand in this country,” Gov. Nathan Deal said in a statement. “Dasan Machineries’ decision to move its first U.S. headquarters here is a testament to Georgia’s top-ranked workforce, interconnected highways and railway systems.”
The Duluth-based facility will be the company’s first headquarters in the United States. The company will use high-precision machinery to manufacture components for the automotive and defense industries at this new location.