Sangsin Technology America, a South Korean manufacturer of brakes, plans to open a $20 million plant in Henry County that will bring with it 200 jobs.
The company, which makes brake linings and pads for automobiles, will build the facility — which will cover 220,000 square feet — in McDonough. It will be Sangsin’s first U.S. manufacturing operation.
“When deciding where to establish a factory to support the growing U.S. commercial vehicle market, Georgia was the clear-cut winner,” Sangsin Chairman Hyoil Kim said in a release. “Sangsin Technology America is proud to be a part of the State of Georgia.”
Henry County Commission Chairwoman June Wood called the decision “indicative of our ongoing commitment to be a global destination for business.”