Company to make wind turbine parts in Georgia
Gov. Nathan Deal's office says a company that makes aluminum products will open its headquarters and a manufacturing facility in northeast Georgia.
Deal said the Hailo USA is expected to create 200 new jobs during the next five years.
The governor said components for wind turbines will be produced at its new manufacturing facility in Elbert County.
Deal said it the company is moving to Georgia and expanding to meet growing needs of its customers in the wind energy industry, which has seen gains in recent years.
Elbert County is about 100 miles east of Atlanta near the Georgia-South Carolina line.