Ka-Ka-Ka Kia. And Jobs!

Lots of jobs. Will we have enough water for them, though?

A major Kia supplier announced Wednesday that it will locate its first U.S. plant in LaGrange near the Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia facility.

Sewon Precision plans to create 700 jobs and invest $170 million in a facility to manufacture automotive components for the Kia plant in West Point over a three-year period.

10 comments

  1. IndyInjun says:

    They only signed up after Glenn Richardson tossed the GREAT cocktail napkin in the trash. It was too booze-soaked to be of use after Ben Harbin’s amendments.

  2. Bill Simon says:

    I wonder how demanding, intelligence and intellect-wise, these new jobs will be at Kia.

    Because, if Kia is anticipating a pool of workers that matches the education level of Korean educated workers, they are going to be in for one heckuva shock when they meet the products of Georgia public schools as job applicants.

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