Monday, March 16, 2009

Grenzebach hosted Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce Enhanced Investors for the Inaugural Meeting of Enhanced Investor Engagement Series

Stefan Grenzebach, President and CEO of Grenzebach Corporation addressed the inaugural meeting of the Enhanced Investor Engagement Series, a new program of the Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce.

This year, the Chamber launched a specially created Enhanced Investor Engagement Series. This program, which is specifically crafted to provide access for Enhanced Investors, Board Members, and key officials in a private environment, will provide a setting for to interact and leverage ideas and resources around key community issues.

Grenzebach shared his unique perspective about Coweta County’s major assets which drove the Grenzebach Corporation to locate in Newnan. The name Grenzebach has long been recognized worldwide as a high quality brand in processing line construction and in automation of production processes in the flat glass and construction material, wood veneer, solar, and Airport logistics industries. After purchasing an abandoned building in Newnan in 1988, Rudolf Grenzebach founded Grenzebach Corporation to provide products and services for their North American operations. Initially, there were four employees and in the first year, revenues of $250,000. 2008 marked their 20th anniversary in Coweta in which they unveiled their latest expansion of their Newnan facility. Grenzebach has experienced close to a 2000% increase in manufacturing and office space and now employ 125 people.

Stefan Grenzebach spoke to an intimate group of Enhanced Investors emphasizing the decision to come to Coweta County. “We found that Coweta is a business friendly community. The major driving factor for Grenzebach was that the overall area costs of doing business is much lower than other areas. Additionally, we were able to attain a desirable facility at a desirable cost that was in close proximity to the airport.”

“The goal is to provide Enhanced Investors peer-to-peer engagement with the top minds and key influencers of the business community so that together work to identify and drive solutions and innovations that will shape our economic progress and quality of life,” said Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce President, Candace LaForge. “To be effective we must strengthen our ability to advocate for a competitive community; attract and retain high-skill, high-wage jobs; build strong businesses; and promote our community.

To learn more about the Enhanced Investor Engagement Series and Grenzebach, contact the Chamber at and

About the Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce
With more than 700 members throughout Coweta County, the Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing economic prosperity for all Coweta’s citizens. As the county’s largest business organization, the Chamber works to provide business leadership to foster an economic and cultural climate favorable to all business, in order to create a higher quality of life for all residents.

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