DULUTH, Ga. -- TravelSky Technology Limited will open a research and development center in Gwinnett County, creating 50 jobs in the area.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced Monday that the Chinese aviation IT company's move to Georgia will also bring $10 million to the state.
"Georgia is absolutely the right place for innovative technology companies like TravelSky to grow and find success," Deal said in a statement. "We have longstanding commitment to cultivating technology growth in the state and an arsenal of resources to make it happen, including a highly-educated workforce and access to top-notch university research."
TravelSky's Georgia center will be located at Satellite Place in Duluth.
"Our reputation as a leading community in global business helps us attract and support growing companies such as TravelSky," Gwinnett County Commission Chairperson Charlotte Nash said.
TravelSky is headquartered in Beijing and employs more than 4,000 people worldwide. In 2012, it was named in the top 200 highest performing companies with revenues of less than $1 billion.