During the past year, Georgia Power’s economic development organization produced several new publications, including three industry reports, along with executive summaries. Additional new short summaries of Georgia advantages for business and recent statistics can be found here.

Metal Fabrication in Georgia
With more than 28,000 workers, the fabricated metal industry is Georgia’s 4th-largest major manufacturing sector and the 2nd-fastest growing sector in terms of gross state product (GSP).

Metal Fabrication In Georgia includes information on the state’s fabricated metal industry mix, wages and workforce, recent growth and outlook for the industry, unionization, workforce training, as well as a list of the metal fabrication companies in Georgia. An Executive Summary of metal fabrication is also available on our Website.


2009 Atlanta Overview
Metro Atlanta is one of the best locations in the country for business. This publication, in partnership with the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, contains information on population, global air service, talent base, higher education, healthcare, and recent corporate headquarters relocations.

 


Food Processing Industry Report
More than 600 food processing companies call Georgia home. These companies employ more than 67,000 workers and contribute more than $8 billion to the Gross State Product (GSP). Georgia Power’s Food Processing Industry Report contains information on the state’s agricultural assets, workforce, distribution infrastructure and technology resources, as well as list of the food processing companies located in Georgia.


Metro Atlanta Map
One of Georgia Power’s most popular products is our Metro Atlanta Map, which shows all industrial and office parks in the region. For a copy, contact us at info@econdevga@southernco.com.


Automotive Manufacturing in the Southeast
Automotive Manufacturing in the Southeast gives an overview of the Southeastern auto corridor and Georgia’s position in the region’s auto manufacturing industry.

The snapshot includes information on major companies and employment in the seven states in the Southeast, including the new KIA plant in Georgia and Volkswagen Group of America’s announcement of a new plant in Chattanooga.