Japan-Owned OFS to Spend $138.9 Million in Georgia Expansion

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Japanese subsidiary OFS is spending $138.9 million to expand two facilities in Gwinnett and Carroll counties.

The investment is set to create 200 jobs between the factories in the cities of Norcross and Carrollton as growing bandwidth needs are fueling optimism in OFS’s core business: fiber-optic cable. 

OFS spokeswoman Sherry Salyer said the breakdown of jobs between the two facilities is “confidential” but that job numbers in the state have been “steadily increasing with global demand of optical fiber and cable.”

See more at Global Atlanta

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