LINDE + WIEMANN expansion will bring 200 jobs to Hart

ATLANTA — The Georgia Department of Economic Development announced that German-based LINDE + WIEMANN GmbH KG, a leading manufacturer of complex structural steel systems to automotive OEM’s worldwide, will establish a U.S.-based assembly operation with associated national sales and distribution activities in Hart. The company’s first facility will initially employ approximately 200 people and represent a capital investment more than $35 million.

“LINDE + WIEMANN’s decision to locate their U.S.-based operation in Hart County sends a strong message about Georgia’s business-friendly climate,” said Gov. Nathan Deal. “This announcement indicates Northeast Georgia as a hub for the manufacturing of products that are vital to major automotive industry leaders worldwide.”

“We are proud to have worked in conjunction with local partners in Hart County to build a strong environment where companies like LINDE + WIEMANN can thrive,” said GDEcD Commissioner Chris Carr. “We will continue to work hard to keep attracting top-tier business in the future.”

Source: Georgia Department of Economic Development 

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