GA: Ammunition Manufacturer Norma Precision To Create 600 Jobs with New Bryan County Facility | Trade and Industry Development

GA: Ammunition Manufacturer Norma Precision To Create 600 Jobs with New Bryan County Facility

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Dec 01, 2022
Norma Precision Ammunition will invest $60 million to build new manufacturing, assembly, and distribution operations in Bryan County, GA.

Norma Precision Inc. will invest $60 million to expand in Georgia, building a new, 300,000-square-foot manufacturing, assembly and distribution facility in Bryan County expected to create 600 new jobs.

In April, Norma Precision Ammunition established its U.S. headquarters in Chatham County, near the Port of Savannah. Norma Precision is a subsidiary of Beretta Holding S.A.

“It is a testament to Georgia’s strong workforce and economy that companies continually choose to further invest and expand their operations in the No. 1 state for business,” said Governor Brian P. Kemp. “Norma Precision is already hiring hardworking Georgians on our coast, and this new facility will support healthy communities across the Savannah area. We look forward to the opportunities this creates for years to come.”

Norma Precision will continue to develop and produce high-end ammunition to serve key markets in the hunting, sporting goods, optics, military, and law enforcement sectors.

“Norma Precision manufactured ammunition in the United States for 12 years as RUAG Ammotec USA. The past four years have been remarkable in terms of steady growth. With this expansion and focus on the Norma ammunition brand, we will continue to grow while better serving our customers and industry partners in the United States and abroad,” said Dr. Pietro Gussalli Beretta, President and CEO, Beretta Holding S.A. “I am pleased with all that Georgia has to offer to our company, and I am confident this long-term partnership will be mutually beneficial.”

The new facility will be located at Interstate Centre III in Bryan County, a Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development (GRAD) certified site. Following completion of the new facility, operations from the Chatham County location will be moved to Bryan County.

“This new facility offers Norma Precision a significant opportunity to expand our small arms ammunition manufacturing and distribution operations to meet our customer expectations in the United States and abroad,” said Paul Lemke, CEO of Norma Precision. “We are thankful for the support provided by Bryan County, Chatham County, local communities, and the State of Georgia, and look forward to partnering with everyone as we hire, train, and transfer the staff required to manufacture, sell, and distribute Norma world-class ammunition and trade goods.”

The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) worked with the Development Authority of Bryan County, Georgia Ports Authority, Georgia Power, the State of Georgia Europe Office, and Georgia Quick Start on the project.

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