Ricoh Electronics, Inc. will be creating 70 new jobs when they expand their facility in Lawrenceville. The groundbreaking ceremony will be Tuesday afternoon.
Ricoh makes digital copiers, printed circuit boards, fax machines, recycled toner cartridges and more at facilities in Orange County, California, and Lawrenceville.
“Ricoh’s decision to expand here in Georgia makes a great statement about the company’s confidence in the strength of our business environment, logistics infrastructure and highly-skilled workforce among other competitive advantages,” said Gretchen Corbin, Deputy Commissioner of Global Commerce for the Georgia Department of Economic Development in a release. “This expansion clearly illustrates Ricoh’s commitment to Georgia, and I am glad to work with our partners in Gwinnett County to help create opportunities for Ricoh and the people of this community.”
“This expansion of our thermal media operations enhances our capability to meet our customers’ increasing demands and expectations for high-quality products and affirms our commitment to investing for the future. We look for this facility to play a key role in meeting the needs of the North American market and expanding into new markets,” said Jeff Briwick, president of Ricoh Electronics, Inc.