Georgia Governor: Cottrell to Invest $125 Million in Gainesville

Georgia Governor: Cottrell to Invest $125 Million in Gainesville

Atlanta, GA (STL.News) Georgia Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that Cottrell, an industry leader in manufacturing and assembling over-the-road car haulers and equipment, will establish a second manufacturing facility in Gainesville.  This will serve as the company’s North Campus, adjacent to their existing South Campus in Hall County.  Cottrell will invest $125 million in the new 500,000-square-foot facility, which will also create new jobs.

“With a nearly 50-year history in Hall County, Cottrell has been a valued member of Georgia’s advanced manufacturing community for decades,” said Governor Kemp.  “It’s great to see Cottrell double down on their investment in Gainesville and put highly skilled, hardworking Georgians back to work.”

Cottrell opened its first facility in Gainesville-Hall County in 1973.  The new North Campus facility will bring many of the company’s operations under one roof.  The company expects land development and facility construction to take 24 to 30 months and plans to break ground during the third quarter of 2021.  Certain aspects of production will be transferred to the new North Campus facility when complete, while the existing buildings of the South Campus will be used to support future business growth.

“Hall County has been an extraordinary place to grow our business, and we are excited to continue our next phase with the people of this community,” said Cottrell CEO Danny Zink. 

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