Daesol Ausys Opening New Manufacturing Facility In Georgia

On Tuesday, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced that Daesol Ausys Georgia would be creating a new manufacturing facility in West Point, which will create more than 140 new jobs and invest $72 million in Harris County. 

“West Point has become an automotive capital in its own right, and we are excited that Daesol Ausys will join other innovators in Harris County,” said Kemp. “Our state’s automotive industry employs over 50,000 hardworking Georgians and will continue to grow as e-mobility suppliers choose all corners of the state for the jobs of the future.”

Daesol Ausys was in 2017 in Korea, and it specializes in designing and manufacturing motor and electric vehicle interior components and accessories. 

“We’re committed to delivering world-class services that exceed our clients’ requirements and expectations,” said Min Ho Kwon, CEO of Daesol Ausys. “We are very excited about this project in the Northwest Harris Business Park and look forward to continuing the partnership with the State of Georgia and Harris County.”

The new facility will produce luggage boards and luggage covers, and operations are expected to begin in December 2024.

“Thanks to the collective efforts of all involved, Daesol Ausys’ decision to locate in the Northwest Harris Business Park represents a commitment to Harris County,” said Robert Grant, Chairman of the Harris County Commission. “West Point and Harris County have a wonderful relationship with Daesol Ausys’ sister companies Daehan Solutions and Daesol Materials, and we have been working closely with company officials to get this new venture in West Point.”

D & B Staff

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