German Electronics Company Headquarters Will Bring $1.2 Million to Gwinnett County

March 15, 2024
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Leuze Electronics Inc., a globally recognized sensor solutions provider headquartered in Germany, has announced the relocation of its U.S. headquarters from Michigan to Gwinnett County. This strategic move involves a $1.2 million investment in the Gwinnett economy and is expected to create 17 new jobs in the area. The decision to choose Gwinnett County highlights the region’s attractive business environment and skilled labor market, aligning with Leuze Electronics’ growth objectives.

Aaron Henry, President of Leuze Electronics Inc., expressed enthusiasm about leveraging Gwinnett’s vibrant business ecosystem and workforce to support the company’s expansion. The official opening of the new headquarters was celebrated with local business leaders and community representatives, reinforcing the company’s commitment to integrating into the Gwinnett community.

Local officials, including Gwinnett County Commission Chairwoman Nicole Love Hendrickson, have welcomed Leuze Electronics, underscoring the move as evidence of Gwinnett’s allure for businesses aiming for strategic development. The relocation project was a collaborative effort involving Partnership Gwinnett, Georgia Power, and the Georgia Department of Economic Development, showcasing the community’s dedication to fostering business growth.

Leuze Electronics, Inc. specializes in providing advanced sensor solutions and its expansion in Gwinnett County signifies an important step in its U.S. growth strategy.


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