510 new jobs created with $39.5 million dollar investment for Obion County
On October the 21st Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty along with 9to5 Seating officials announced that the company will be relocating its manufacturing operations from China to Union City, TN.
August of this year, Dot Foods officials with Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty announced that the 9th distribution center for the company will be situated in Dyersburg, TN.
NASHVILLE—The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development announced the next five Select Tennessee Certified Sites. The Select Tennessee program was launched in June 2012 with the goal of helping Tennessee communities prepare available sites for investment and expansion. The program sets a consistent and rigorous standard upon which companies can rely in making critical location decisions.
One year after the announcement was made that MacLean Power Systems were to open a new facility in Trenton Tennessee, the manufacturing plant opened its doors to the public for their grand opening.
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Research conducted by TVA indicates that river cargo moves at an average transportation savings of $10.67 per ton as compared to the cost of shipping by alternative modes. If your business is looking to hold down costs and maximize cargo efficiencies, your logistics solution may be the Port of Cates Landing.
Profile Metal Forming a supplier of custom engineered metal components and assemblies to the automotive industry, is expanding it’s McKenzie, TN facility.
Williams Sausage: The sky is the limit!
In 1958 one man, Harold L. Williams, had a vision to supply the best sausage in the world with the key ingredient being country flavor.With determination and a high quality product, what started out as a one man, one truck operation, Williams Sausage is today one of the major employers for the Northwest Tennessee region.
MacLean Power Systems, a leading manufacturer for products used for building transmission, distribution lines and substations, will be locate a new facility in Trenton, Gibson County. This is fantastic news for the local region, as it will bring a $12 million dollar investment with 250 new jobs created.