Automotive companies can enhance productivity, streamline cargo transportation, and gain competitive advantage in Georgia. Long-standing industry best practices, a skilled workforce, robust tax incentives, and an unbeatable cargo transportation network are some of the ways Georgia can meet the needs of the automotive industry.
More than 20% of the East Coast’s automotive-related exports leave through Georgia’s ports ($9.5B/year).
Kia Motors’ first U.S. manufacturing facility is located in Georgia.
Over 250 facilities employing about 20,000.
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Automotive companies in Georgia will:
- Leverage a competitive cost of labor and a reliable workforce with low turnover rates in a right-to-work state.
- The third-lowest manufacturing unionization rate in the U.S.
- Increase productivity with a skilled workforce and customized education programs that address industry needs.
- Deliver world-class vehicles to customers quickly with an unbeatable cargo transportation network.
- Save money with robust tax incentives.
- Connect with automotive suppliers via the Southeastern Automotive Corridor.
- Maintain a global presence with the GDEcD’s international offices and programs.
Learn more about the many leading automotive manufacturers, suppliers, and after-market distribution dealers conduct business in Georgia.