Fox Factory Holding Corporation is making a move that will open up new jobs in Northeast Georgia.
The company, which designs and manufactures products for bicycles and powered vehicles, expects to create up to 800 jobs and invest up to $50 million in new Georgia facilities. That investment includes relocating its corporate headquarters from Scotts Valley, California to Gainesville.
In announcing the move, Gov. Nathan Deal today said, “I am encouraged to see yet another industry leader choose to expand operations here, as Fox Factory Holding Corp.’s investment will produce meaningful results for Georgia and create even more opportunities in the Hall County community.”
The first phase of the Hall County project is expected to be completed in early 2020. When complete, the new facility will be used for manufacturing, warehousing, distribution and office space.
Fox Factory Holding Corp. is expected to relocate its corporate headquarters from Scotts Valley, California, to its existing offices in Georgia by the end of 2018.