GA: GFA to Provide Enhanced Logistics Solutions for LG Electronics, Add 34 Jobs
28 Jan, 2019
The Henry County Development Authority announced today that GFA, a premier provider of total logistics solutions and supply chain analysis, has located in Henry County to provide enhanced logistics solutions for LG Electronics. The company is creating 34 new jobs at their new facility in Greenwood Industrial Park (McDonough, Georgia) to support their client.
GFA, headquartered in Valley, Alabama,fulfills its mission by providing innovative solutions and supply chain analysis that fit their customers’ needs. The company’s 300,000 sf McDonough facility will distribute a wide array of LG Electronics products.
“It is an honor to grow with Henry County and its residents. This expansion for LG Electronics marks another milestone in GFA history. With the ever-growing demand for competitive logistic solutions, GFA is dedicated to continue to enhance and improve its service to our customers and the community.” said Daniel Skipworth, Executive Director of GFA Total Logistic Solutions.
“Henry County is a global destination for logistics operations. We are glad that GFA has secured LG Electronics as a client and chose Henry County to locate its newest facility,” said Leonard Sledge, Executive Director of the Henry County Development Authority. “The presence of companies like GFA and LG Electronics continue to demonstrate that Henry County is a prime global location for business.”
About GFA: Established in 1992, GFA provides integrated logistics solutions that include distribution and fulfillment, comprehensive transportation management, material handling services, and real estate management. For more information, visit www.gfany.com.
About the Henry County Development Authority: The Henry County Development Authority is the lead economic development agency for Henry County, Georgia. The Authority works to help retain local companies and to foster new relationships and opportunities with companies looking to relocate or grow their operations into Henry County. For more information, visit www.ChooseHenry.com.