Deal: Leading vehicle processor will create 30 jobs in Glynn County

International Auto Processing (IAP) will expand in St. Simons Island, creating 30 jobs and investing $3 million into the project.

“It’s a great day when a Georgia-based company announces it is expanding its current operations to meet the demand of our growing automotive industry,” Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal said in a news release. “Our comprehensive network of air, sea, rail and highway infrastructure make our state the perfect location for an automotive industry processor.”

In order to support its growing needs, IAP will expand its current facility by 8,488 square feet, creating a new headquarters location for International Auto Logistics (IAL). Completion of the Class A offices are expected this fall.

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