Fox Factory Holding Expands Hall County, Georgia, Operation
“We are pleased to announce our new state-of-the-art campus in Hall County, Georgia,” said Larry L. Enterline, CEO of Fox Factory Holding Corp. “This new site will allow us to add an additional world-class manufacturing operation for our Powered Vehicles Group that we intend to be ISO9001 and IATF 16949 certified, and will increase our ability to better serve our OEM customers and on-road aftermarket business.”
According to state officials, the 23-acre site will diversify the company’s manufacturing platform and provide additional long-term capacity to support growth in its Powered Vehicles Group.
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.
Governor Nathan Deal said, “By relocating its headquarters to Georgia and expanding its facilities in Hall County, the company will continue to enjoy the benefits of the No. 1 state for business, including our expansive logistics infrastructure and a low-tax climate conducive to manufacturing.”
“The decision by Fox Factory Holding Corp. to locate in Hall County speaks volumes about the quality of our workforce and our business-friendly environment,” said GDEcD Commissioner Pat Wilson. “Georgia’s business assets make it the perfect home for manufacturers, and I am excited about the many job opportunities Fox Factory Holding Corp. is creating for our citizens.”
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