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JinTech America opens first U.S. advanced facility in West Point, creating 70 jobs

Christian Fernsby |
JinTech America will invest nearly $4.5 million in opening their first U.S. advanced manufacturing facility in West Point, Georgia, creating 70 jobs in Harris County.

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Headquartered in Dogo-myeon, South Korea, JinTech manufactures interior motor vehicle parts and accessories. By establishing operations to Harris County, JinTech America will be able to better serve one of their main customers – Kia – located just a few minutes away in West Point.

Currently, JinTech America is closely working with global automotive parts supplier Yanfeng Global Automotive Interiors to supply various parts for the Kia Sorento. In addition to Kia, JinTech’s customers include Hyundai and General Motors.

Northwest Harris Business Park in West Point is home to JinTech America’s new 45,000-square-foot advanced manufacturing facility located at 1700 South Progress Parkway.

In 2020, the State of Georgia’s strong international relationships have helped facilitate more than $1.3 billion in investment and more than 2,600 jobs from South Korean companies. Georgia remains a national leader in advanced manufacturing and continues to attract business from all over the world.


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