New Inalfa plant rendering

Inalfa's move into Cherokee County began in 2013.

 

Inalfa Roof Systems, a manufacturer of automotive sunroofs with a factory in Cherokee County, has been recognized by the state of Georgia as Automotive Supplier of the Year.

“Inalfa is a titan of the automotive industry and we are proud to have them in Cherokee. This award recognizes Inalfa’s record growth and positive impacts on both Cherokee County and the state of Georgia,” said Marshall Day, chairman of the Cherokee Office of Economic Development.

The Georgia Department of Economic Development each year presents awards to companies in the automotive sector.

“Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 Georgia Automotive Awards,” GDED Commissioner Pat Wilson said. “The automotive industry in Georgia continues to drive innovation and growth in every corner of our state. The winners of this year’s awards represent some of the leading manufacturers and suppliers in the automotive sector, and I look forward to working with them to continue creating opportunity and maintain Georgia’s title as the No. 1 place in the nation to do business.”

Inalfa is headquartered in The Netherlands and has factories in Europe, the U.S., Central America and Asia. The company is a supplier for nearly all major auto manufacturers around the world, including BMW, General Motors, Ford and Nissan. Its Cherokee County plant is located in the Cherokee 75 Corporate Park near Acworth. It employees 1,000 workers locally.

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