BRYAN COUNTY, Ga. — Governor Brian Kemp has officially announced a partnership between the Swiss company Preci-Dip and Georgia. 

Preci-Dip is a leading producer of military and aerospace-grade connectors, according to the governor's office, specializing in the creation of electronic connector pins and the screw machine equipment necessary for producing them. 

The company is investing $13.6 million dollars in their Georgia project and hopes to hire 100 new employees. 

The Preci-Dip facility will be placed along Interstate 16, in a 47,000-square-foot building. The business said it hopes this strategic placement between the Port of Savannah and Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport will benefit their customers in the U.S. military. 

There are no job listings online right now, however the company said it is working diligently to create applications for all those interested in applying. 


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