Mercedes-Car is hiring in the United States.
We are adding over 1,000 people a month in the US for its new production line production in Georgia.
Our production line is now in its third year and we have over 300 jobs.
Mercedes-Backed Technologies, a division of the Mercedes-Brand, is working with a new Georgia company, GEICO, to expand its U.S. production line operations.
The new facility is the third Mercedes-branded facility in Georgia to be developed in recent years.
GEICO is investing $50 million in new manufacturing equipment and equipment, including high-speed cameras and automation equipment, to further support the production line.
Mercedes and GEICO are partnering to bring the new facility to Georgia, which is home to the largest number of Mercedes-brand vehicles on the U.L.V.A. This facility has been on the table for years, but it has only been under construction since January 2017.
We’re thrilled to be able to welcome the GEICO team to the Georgia Mercedes-BMW plant.
Mercedes has also added over 3,000 new jobs over the last year.
GEIO is the only U.K.-based manufacturing company to invest $1 billion in the U,L.L., in an effort to bring more manufacturing jobs to the U.,L.A., and the world.
Mercedes said it is hiring over 1.2 million workers globally and will invest another $500 million in the Atlanta area by 2020.
The company also announced plans to expand the production capacity of its Atlanta plant and is now developing a $300 million expansion to a new facility in the Greater Atlanta area.
GEICA is a joint venture between Mercedes-backed Mercedes-Amerciëres SA and GE.
It has developed a high-tech manufacturing system that makes parts, tools, and materials in the company’s own factories, as well as in the auto industry.
In 2019, Mercedes-Citroën SA, the parent company of Citroen, said it would invest more than $3 billion in Georgia and Georgia alone.
Mercedes’ Mercedes-AMG plants in Chattanooga and Stuttgart, Germany, also announced new investment plans to hire more than 2,000 workers.
The plants are scheduled to be completed by the end of 2019.
The investment plans were announced in an update from Mercedes CEO Herbert Diess, who also said that Mercedes will invest at least $100 million in Georgia in 2019 and 2020.