NIFCO KTW locates new facility, 200 jobs in Toccoa

ATLANTA—NIFCO KTW, a German supplier of injection molded components for automobiles, will locate its U.S. operations in Toccoa, promising to create 200 jobs and invest $27 million within the first five years.

NIFCO KTW will build a 130,000-square-foot facility on 32 acres at Hayestone Brady Business Park. The Toccoa facility will supply injection-molded parts to BMW and Mercedes-Benz USA.

“We at NIFCO KTW are proud and feel very fortunate to have found Toccoa in Stephens County as the home of our new U.S. headquarters and production facility in North America,” said NIFCO KTW Managing Director Roland Furtmayr. “Local and regional connectivity is the basis for our success in Germany and we strive to do the same in the U.S.”

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.

Photo courtesy of NIFCO KTW

Source: Georgia Department of Economic Development

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