19 Jun 2020
Named to our “Top Spot” at the end of 2019, the city of Griffin has solidified its spot as a preferred location for Japanese investors. Georgia is regarded as the center of Japanese industry in the Southeast and the Lakes at Green Valley in Griffin has solidified its spot as a preferred location for Japanese investors.
This 570-acre mixed use development located along the Georgia Highway 16 corridor in Spalding County utilizes natural features to establish a unique “Green” or “Eco” development.
The Lakes at Green Valley, the state’s first and only “eco” mixed-use park, attracts environmentally conscious industries. It’s companies build to green construction solutions.
Other Japanese firms in Griffin include:
- Otsuka Chemical Co., friction materials
- Toppan USA, barrier films
- Marukan, rice vinegar
- Rinnai, tankless water heaters
- Sumika, polymer compounds
- Hoshizaki, ice equipment
- Caterpillar/Perkins Shibaura Engines, joint venture/engine construction.
As of December 2019, Mitsui Kinzoku Die-Casting Technology America, Inc.(MKDA), a Japanese-based automotive parts manufacturer, announced plans to build a $20 million new manufacturing facility.
Discover more about The Lakes at Green Valley and other companies in the City of Griffin by visiting our Site Selection property page.