In another major win for manufacturers in Tennessee, Martin Technologies, an engineering and manufacturing company, has announced that it plans to hire 250 new workers for a new 60,000-square-foot facility in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee:
He expects the number to drop even lower with Tuesday’s announcement that Martin Technologies will be moving to Lawrenceburg with plans to hire 250-plus employees.
“This is a big deal for this city, this county and this region,” Mayor Keith Durham said.
Martin Technologies, a privately held company, will be moving into a 60,000-square-foot facility at 100 Hannon Drive that was formerly a portion of the old Murray of Ohio facility.
Martin Technologies isn’t the only manufacturer investing in Tennessee. Last week, DENSO announced that the company plans to invest $190 million in one of its Tennessee manufacturing facilities. La-Z-Boy is investing $31 million to expand its facility in New Tazewell.
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