Taiwanese Maxzone Auto Parts Invests $10M in Norcross, Georgia
"Gwinnett is the leader in attracting internationally based companies by cultivating a community that prides itself on excellence and commitment," said Polo Hsu, president of Maxzone "We have the same commitment to our customers across the globe and we are excited to build a home in Gwinnett with future plans for expansion and job creation."
The company selected Norcross for its access to major roadways, critical for national transportation connectivity. Maxzone distribution auto headlights, along with some other vehicle parts.
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