A German auto parts maker is planning to open an assembly facility that will generate 73 new jobs in Lawrenceville, announced Gov. Brian Kemp.
KIRCHHOFF Automotive’s 101,000-square-foot facility is expected to mark a $15 million investment by the company. Car manufacturers such as BMW and Mercedes-Benz use parts produced by KIRCHHOFF.
“KIRCHHOFF Automotive choosing to open their assembly facility in Georgia is yet another example of Georgia’s robust automotive industry and our investment in workforce training programs delivering solid manufacturing jobs and opportunities to hardworking Georgians,” Kemp said. “It’s a pleasure to welcome KIRCHHOFF Automotive to the No. 1 State for Business, and I look forward to Georgia becoming a key player in their international success story.”