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Danish Company’s Expansion to Create 200 New Jobs in Peachtree City

Peachtree City Council Member Clint Holland (second from left) joins SP Meditec Managing Director Peter Fejfer (far left), SP Meditec CEO Søren Ulstrup (center), Dividend Commercial Real Estate Managing Director John Tiernan (second from right) and Dividend Commercial Real Estate Developer Morgan Cox (far right) as they break ground on SP Meditec’s new 120,000 square foot manufacturing facility off Georgia State Route 74. (Photo/André Walker)

SP Meditec recently broke ground on a 120,000 square foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility that is expected to create 200 new jobs in Peachtree City.

The plant, which will be located off Georgia State Route 74, is scheduled to begin operations in August 2024.

Several factors played into SP Meditec’s selection of Peachtree City for their company’s US expansion. Peter Fejfer, Managing Director for the Denmark-based business, cited the south metro Atlanta community’s proximity to the world’s busiest airport, skilled workforce, and strategic location as reasons behind the decision.

“We aim to tap into Peachtree City’s talented pool of professionals and contribute to the local economy,” Fejfer stated.

SP Meditec develops, manufactures, and assembles plastic solutions for the healthcare industry. Their Peachtree City expansion marks a significant milestone in the company’s strategy and commitment to meeting the growing demand for high-quality injection molded parts worldwide.

“I’m excited to welcome SP Meditec to Peachtree City,” Mayor Kim Learnard said. “This major investment in our city not only underscores our dedication to fostering smart growth and innovation, but also solidifies Peachtree City’s position as a hub for cutting-edge advancements in the healthcare sector.”

Dividend Realty is acting as project developer for the new plant. Their subsidiary, Dividend ECS, will design the facility. Davis Construction will serve as the facility’s construction manager.

“We look forward to completing the project and are committed to continuing our growth in this new market,” Fejfer continued.