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NIFCO KTW coming to Georgia with $27 million and 200 jobs

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NIFCO KTW, a German automotive supplier of high-quality injection molded components, will locate its U.S. operations in Toccoa, Georgia, creating 200 jobs and investing $27 million within the first five years.

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NIFCO KTW supplies many automotive manufacturers around the world. The Toccoa-based facility will supply injection-molded parts to BMW and Mercedes-Benz USA, among others. The quality injection components can be found on the interior and exterior of a variety of vehicles.

As the company’s first North American headquarters, NIFCO KTW will build an initial 130,000-square-foot facility on 32 acres of Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development-certified land at Hayestone Brady Business Park. The company also has intentions of expanding this site in the future.

NIFCO KTW will also plan to take advantage of QuickStart, the nation’s No. 1 workforce training program, to provide customized training to the new employees.

KTW is headquartered in Weissenburg, Germany, and employs 350 people. The company recently joined the NIFCO Group, which supplies plastic injection components globally from plants in 14 countries.

Germany is one of Georgia’s top investor nations, leading in number of facilities, number of jobs and money value investment.


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