Manufacturer to create more than 170 new jobs
PARIS, TENN. – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd along with Eurotranciatura USA officials today announced the manufacturer is investing $ 12.6 million to expand its operations in Paris over the next five years. Eurotranciatura, a subsidiary of the world’s largest steel lamination company for electrical rotating machines, will create more than 170 new jobs as part of the expansion.
Eurotranciatura’s investment includes upgrades and new equipment for its existing manufacturing plant in Henry County. Eurotranciatur a will also build a roughly 30,000 square foot distribution warehouse near its current plant to accommodate growth and reduce transportation costs.
Governor Haslam, Commissioner Rolfe announce Frazier Industrial Company to locate new manufacturing operations in Dyer county
Structural storage racking system manufacturer to invest $17.4 million, create 120 new jobs
DYERSBURG, Tenn. — Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Frazier Industrial Company officials today announced the company will build a new manufacturing facility in Dyersburg. The leading structural storage racking system manufacturer will invest approximately $17.4 million and create 120 new jobs in Dyer County.
“In Tennessee, we are known for our highly skilled workforce, especially in the manufacturing sector, and it means a great deal that Frazier wil l be adding even more jobs to this steadily growing sector,” Haslam said. “I want to thank Frazier for its commitment to create more than 100 jobs in Dyersburg and for bringing us one step closer to our goal of making Tennessee the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs.”
Governor Haslam, Commissioner Boyd announce Develey Mustard and Condiments Corporation to locate first North American facility in Dyersburg, TN
Leading condiment producer to invest $20 million, create 150 new jobs
DYERSBURG — Tenness ee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd along with Develey Mustard & Condiments Corporation officials announced today the company will locate its first North American production facility in Dyersburg. Develey will invest $20 million in the new operation, creating 150 jobs in Dyer County over the next five years.
“We welcome Develey to Dyersburg and thank the company for choosing Tennessee as its first location of operations in North America,” Haslam said. “Develey joins more than 1,000 registered food and beverage manufacturers operating throughout our state. The new jobs created through this project will have a great impact on our West Tennessee workforce and help support our goal of becoming the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs.”
Funds to support local health, public safety, economic development and education initiatives
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development announced today the 63 counties that will receive ThreeStar Competitive Grants.
The grants will be used for a variety of local programs addressing economic development, public safety, health, education and workforce development.
To be eligible to apply for these grants, each community must meet all ThreeStar program requirements. ThreeStar focuses on best practices in five key co mmunity areas, including jobs and economic development, fiscal strength and efficient government, public safety, health, education and workforce development.