We are a unique city with a unique story. As Gwinnett County's second oldest city, we began as a small summer resort destination for Atlantans. Today, Norcross has transformed into an economic engine for the region and across the globe. Our location and quick access make us attractive to domestic and international companies, workers, and residents alike. Our pro-business environment allows businesses to keep costs down in order to invest more in the company, and therefore, into our community. Also, we offer a supportive and welcoming environment for entrepreneurs and small business owners. Take a glimpse into our city to see why businesses chose Norcross.
Bordering Dekalb County and less than 30 minutes from Atlanta, Norcross is an ideal location for businesses that need a location with quick access to highways, transit, and airports. Whether you are looking for easy access for employees to come and go from work or ways to streamline freight mobility, Norcross has various routes and transportation options to navigate throughout the region.
REGIONAL EMPLOYMENT CENTER
Thousands of workers from the across the region commute to Norcross for employment. With competitive wages, and large employers such as FedEX and Hyundai Construction Equipment USA, we are a key employment center for Gwinnett County and the
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Metro Atlanta is the freight hub of the Southeast and Norcross plays a critical role in regional logistics. We are one of seven major freight
clusters in the metro area with 25% of our workforce involved in warehouse, distribution, manufacturing, and transportation industries.
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS GATEWAY
Norcross is home to one of the largest international business communities in the metro Atlanta area. As one of the most diverse cities in Gwinnett County, we are located in Georgia's Foreign Trade Zone #26. The number of international companies in our city is growing allowing us to increase our global presence, networks, and international trade. As a gateway city, international companies find our business climate, market position, and access to multi-lingual workers, an ideal location for US subsidiaries and headquarters to compete on a global scale.