Fuel Total Systems Investing More Than $60M In Tennessee

The automotive components manufacturer will create 150 new jobs at a new manufacturing facility in Mount Pleasant, TN.

Fuel Total Systems (FTS) will invest approximately $60.9 million to build a new manufacturing facility in Mount Pleasant, TN. The automotive components manufacturer will create 150 new jobs at the 110,000-square-foot facility in the Cherry Glen Industrial Park, a Select Tennessee Certified site. The new location will help FTS better serve its Southeastern customers.

Mount Pleasant, TN
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“We are very excited to be locating our newest FTS facility in Mount Pleasant, Tennessee,” said Hiroyuki Ochiai, president of FTS Co., Ltd. “We would like to thank the State of Tennessee, Mount Pleasant and Maury County officials, as well as community members for all the support we have received throughout this process. Our mission is to create a safe workplace for our employees, to be a good corporate citizen in this community, and to grow together with the people of Mount Pleasant and Maury County.”

Japan-based FTS is a manufacturer of automotive plastic fuel tank systems and related automotive components. The company focuses on the development, design, manufacturing, and sale of fuel tanks, appurtenant parts, as well as engine and Hybrid parts. It also has operations in Kentucky.

“I thank FTS for choosing to locate new operations in Mount Pleasant and for creating 150 new jobs in Maury County,” said Gov. Bill Haslam. “The automotive sector in Tennessee continues to be one of our strongest industries with automotive companies operating in 88 out of our 95 counties. I appreciate FTS for investing in our state and helping Tennessee lead in the automotive sector.”

“Foreign direct investment is one of the state’s main goals with more than 900 foreign-owned establishments located in our state,” said Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe. “I appreciate FTS, a Japanese-based company, for keeping our foreign direct investment momentum going by locating new operations and creating 150 new jobs in Maury County. We thank FTS for its commitment to our state and look forward to building a strong partnership for years to come.”

“We are excited Fuel Total Systems has chosen Cherry Glen Industrial Park in Mount Pleasant to locate new operations,” said Mayor Jim Bailey. “FTS will be the first development in our Select Tennessee Certified Site in 10 years. FTS will be the perfect fit and we look forward to working with the company.”

Along with the creation of new jobs and capital investment, FTS has made a sizable donation to two local organizations in Maury County. The company made a $5,000 donation to Maury County Public Schools to assist the Mount Pleasant High School STEAM Program compete in the nationally recognized Lexus Eco Challenge. These funds will help Mt. Pleasant High School create 3D printed plastic recycling containers to place in the Mt. Pleasant community as an effort to create more environmental awareness, which is a principle FTS highly promotes within the company. As a proponent of environmental responsibility, FTS hopes this can create a more positive impact on recycling. FTS also made a $5,000 donation to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Maury County. This funding can be used to support the great programs and services that the Boys & Girls Clubs provides to over 1,200 youth of Maury County.

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  1. I am looking forward to seeing the new plant opening soon. My friend and I just now rode by there and checked it out. Right on time!
    I went to the job fair and I was interviewed for a job and I’m hoping to be employed with FTS soon. PLEASE..
    I need to work at least 5 more years or more as long as my health is still good.
    And also I want to thank FTS for my BBQ while I was there… thank you kindly, Tina

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