SUNGDO ENG Opens Gwinnett County, Georgia, U.S. Headquarters
The company’s 11,735-square-foot office and warehouse is located at 4318 Brogdon Place Cove in Suwanee.
“The main reason SUNGDO ENG USA chose Georgia is that the investments of high-tech businesses are taking place in Georgia. We currently have primary clients and projects for a high-tech facility in Georgia and expect to expand more soon,” said Ju Ho Lee, CEO for SUNGDO ENG USA. “In addition, compared with other regions, it was a natural choice to be located in the State of Georgia because of the top-rated business environment, infrastructure, and all of the conditions for business success.”
Seoul, Korea-based SUNGDO ENG USA is an industrial plant construction company, supplying a total solution system, which encompasses design, engineering, procurement, testing, commissioning, operation, maintenance, and after-sales service to its customers. The company has offices across Asia, Europe, and North America.
“Korea continues to be an incredibly important strategic market for investment in Georgia and we are excited to welcome SUNGDO ENG USA to our international family of companies,” said GDEcD Commissioner Pat Wilson. “I am confident that SUNGDO ENG USA will prosper in Georgia. Many thanks to our economic development partners in Gwinnett County for their continued efforts to grow jobs and opportunities in the community."
Georgia Department of Economic Development Director of Korean Investment Yoonie Kim represented the Global Commerce division on this project in partnership with Partnership Gwinnett and Georgia Power.
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