Japanese manufacturer to open biotech facility in Peachtree CityFrom SPECIAL REPORTS
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Calpis America Inc. has selected Peachtree City for its U.S. headquarters and first manufacturing operation.
The company will invest $20 million and create 42 jobs in its first year of operations.
Calpis will construct a facility in Peachtree City Industrial Park to produce its direct-fed microbial product, CALSPORIN® animal feed ingredients, which is used widely in the livestock industry to supply a naturally occurring microorganism. Operations are anticipated to begin in April 2014, and Georgia Quick Start, the nation’s top-ranked customized workforce training program, will assist the company with its training needs.