Georgia Resources Help Ethicon Continue to Grow

“From a manufacturing perspective, two elements vital to the industry’s continued success in Georgia are: one, a general economic environment that’s favorable to manufacturing companies; and two, a pool of qualified people across the technical, mechanical and electrical communities.”

- Chris Lepore, Senior Director of Government Affairs, Johnson & Johnson


  • Relationships with leading universities
  • Good quality of life for employees
  • Favorable environment for manufacturing
  • Extensive logistics infrastructure


Ethicon and the Georgia Institute of Technology have formed a partnership that includes the creation of a co-op and internship program through which Ethicon hires highly skilled engineering employees. Additionally, the company reaps the benefits of Georgia’s extensive logistics infrastructure which helps support the company’s high volume of shipments to customers around the world.





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