Hanon Systems Opening New Manufacturing Facility In Georgia, Creating 160 New Jobs

On Tuesday, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (R) announced that Hanon Systems, a global provider of automotive thermal and energy management solutions, would be opening a new manufacturing facility in Bulloch County that is expected to create 160 new jobs and invest more than $40 million.

As explained in a press release from Kemp’s office, Hanon Systems was formed in 1986 and “has grown into a leading supplier of automotive thermal and energy management solutions for electrified and conventional vehicles. Its offering includes a wide range of solutions in the areas of heating ventilation and air conditioning; powertrain cooling; compressor; fluid transport; and electronics and fluid pressure.”

“Georgia’s automotive and e-mobility industries continue to grow as we proudly welcome Hanon Systems to Georgia,” said Kemp. “As our state furthers its position as the EV capital of America, new jobs and opportunities like these are coming to hardworking Georgians all over the state and will continue to do so.”

The new facility will be built at Gateway Regional Industrial Park in Bulloch County and operations are expected to begin in May 2024.

“We are pleased to be contributing to the local economy of Bulloch County through job creation, and thank the State of Georgia and the cooperation between its agencies that has guided us throughout this project,” said Min Sung, President and Chief Executive Officer of Hanon Systems. “Today’s announcement aligns with our strategy to support the industry shift toward electrification while growing our North America footprint.”

D & B Staff

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