Georgia will see a major investment in the life sciences manufacturing space.
The state announced last week that Meissner Corporation, a maker of life science products, will plant its flag 70 miles east of Atlanta. Specifically, it plans to set up a manufacturing site and campus in the city of Winterville, GA, in Athens-Clarke County, and begin operations in early 2026.
Meissner will invest $250 million in the site and plans to hire about 1,700 people over the next eight years. Meissner today produces filtration and other disposable systems for the development and production of pharmaceuticals. However, what exactly this Georgia plant will be making was not initially revealed.
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