Tag: Tennessee


Two Manufacturing Projects Will Create Nearly 300 Jobs In Tennessee

March 27, 2024

Via: Business Facilities Magazine

Landmark Ceramics UST, Inc. will invest $71.9 million to expand its tile production manufacturing facility in Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee. The company will increase its footprint by more than 400,000 square feet and create 78 new jobs in Southern Middle Tennessee. […]

Energy, Industry Focus Areas

Researchers evaluate potential land use of solar panels on Tennessee farmland

August 28, 2023


While the nation sharpens its focus on decarbonizing the electric grid, researchers at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture have completed a timely study to determine Tennessee’s current and projected land use for utility-scale solar energy production and possible […]


Tritium To Create 500 Jobs At Tennessee Manufacturing Base

February 8, 2022

Via: Business Facilities Magazine

Tritium DCFC Limited (Tritium), a global leader in the electric vehicle (EV) charging industry, has announced that it will establish its U.S. manufacturing base in Tennessee. The company expects to create more than 500 new jobs over the next five […]


Mayors on Why Manufacturing Matters in the Modern Economy

October 19, 2017

Via: the Alliance for American Manufacturing

Advanced manufacturing is critical to economic sustainability and innovation. San Francisco once was one of America’s great manufacturing cities, home to factories that made everything from Levi’s jeans to consumer electronics. But like many cities, San Francisco offshored much of […]

Design & Planning, Process

GM to build new engine line in Tennessee, create 800 jobs

April 28, 2016

Via: Automotive News

General Motors plans to spend $789 million to prepare its Spring Hill, Tenn., plant for production of a new engine program, creating nearly 800 jobs, GM said today. GM in a statement called it “an all-new, high-efficiency engine program,” but […]


VW to go to U.S. court to keep 160 Tenn. plant workers from UAW

April 26, 2016

Via: Automotive News

Volkswagen AG today said it would go to a U.S. federal appeals court in an effort to keep the UAW from representing a portion of the company’s plant workers in Chattanooga, Tenn. The UAW in turn filed an unfair labor […]