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In another major win for manufacturers in Georgia, Swiss manufacturing company Gezolan has announced that it plans to expand its U.S. operations and build a $12 million production facility in Georgia:

 Swiss manufacturing company has chosen to expand its U.S. operations — and has chosen to do so in Gwinnett County, officials announced Tuesday.

Gezolan, which manufactures rubber granules commonly used in rubber flooring and other projects, will open a 60,000-square-foot facility off Hamilton Mill Road in the city of Buford. The facility will house the company’s U.S. manufacturing plant and operations.

While Gezolan did not specify how many new jobs the expansion will create, the company said it plans to hire new workers by the end of the year. The facility will be Gezolan’s first manufacturing plant in the United States.

“Our decision to expand in Gwinnett was fueled by our need to meet the current growth rate of the company and U.S. market, as well as the 15-year experience of one of our sister companies in Gwinnett,” Gezolan CEO Josep Roger said in a statement.

Gezolan is part of a growing number of companies nationwide announcing new manufacturing investments in 2018. Lumber manufacturer Canfor Corp is building a new $120 million mill in Georgia, and Martin Technologies announced last month that it plans to construct a new 60,000 square foot manufacturing facility and add 250 new jobs in Tennessee.

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"Our decision to expand in Gwinnett was fueled by our need to meet the current growth rate of the U.S. market..."

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