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LEDIC Realty Company To Locate New National HQ In Memphis


LEDIC Realty Company will invest $10.2 million in a new state-of-the-art national headquarters in Memphis, TN, creating 300 jobs.

China-Based Sinomax Group Creating 350 Jobs In Tennessee


The largest jobs commitment from a Chinese-owned company in Tennessee’s history will come from Sinomax Group’s new manufacturing operations in La Vergne.

Business Report: Tennessee – DENSO Manufacturing Expanding in Maryville, TN

DENSO, a manufacturing stalwart in Eastern Tennessee for 25 years, employs more than 3,100 workers at its Maryville, TN plant.

Automotive components and systems producer DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee, Blount County’s largest employer, is investing $400 million in an expansion creating 500 new jobs.

Wonderful Group To Invest $150M, Create 220 New Jobs In Lebanon, TN


Tile and ceramics company Wonderful Group will invest $150 million and create 220 new jobs in Lebanon, TN, the largest-ever capital investment made in the state by a Chinese company.

Orgill, Inc. To Build New $15M HQ In Shelby County, TN


Orgill, Inc. will invest $15 million to build a new 100,000-square-foot world headquarters facility in east Shelby County, TN, creating 115 new jobs.

SaarGummi Tennessee, Inc. To Expand Giles County Operations


SaarGummi Tennessee, Inc. will expand its manufacturing operations in Pulaski, TN by purchasing additional finishing equipment, improving existing infrastructure and creating more than 150 new jobs over the next five years.

Allied Dispatch Solutions To Expand Tennessee Operations


Allied Dispatch Solutions will create 481 new jobs and invest $4.8 million in an expansion of its current Johnson City, TN operations.

Amedisys to Invest $2.5M, Create 120 Jobs in Davidson County, TN


Amedisys, a leading health care at home company, will invest $2.5 million and create approximately 120 new jobs in Nashville, TN.

BUSINESS REPORT: Tennessee — Alcoa Expands Auto Sheet Operation In Blount County

(Foreground, from left) DOE Assistant Secretary David Danielson joined Congressman Chuck Fleischmann, Council on Competitiveness CEO Deborah Wince-Smith and Gov. Bill Haslam for the dedication of DOE’s Carbon Fiber Technology Facility at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. (Photo:

The industry giant is gearing up to meet the demand as the amount of aluminum in cars is expected to increase fourfold by 2015, tenfold by 2025.