Large apparel company to open new facility, bring hundreds of jobs to Georgia

Large apparel company to open new facility, bring hundreds of jobs to Georgia

Large clothes company to open new facility, bring hundreds of jobs to Georgia

PALMETTO, Ga. — One of the largest global apparel companies is bringing a new distribution and warehouse facility and new jobs to Georgia.

Gov. Brian P. Kemp, in a news release Thursday, said PVH Corp. will create 575 jobs and invest $77.6 million in the project slated for Palmetto, Georgia.

Kemp says PVH's impact will be felt statewide and bring even more business to Savannah's port.

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New York City-based PVH owns brands such as Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Van Heusen, Izod, Warner's, Geoffrey Beene and the digital-centric True & Co. Executive Vice President of Logistic Services Kevin Urban says they're proud to be expanding their footprint in Georgia. PVH also operates a distribution center in McDonough.

Palmetto Mayor J. Clark Boddie says the city's employment opportunities took a giant leap with this deal.