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The global energy management and automation company will relocate 900 employees and create 250 new jobs in Franklin, TN.


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The global energy management and automation company will relocate 900 employees and create 250 new jobs in Franklin, TN.

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Latest: Schneider Electric USA Consolidating Tennessee Regional Offices - The global energy management and automation company will relocate 900 employees and create 250 new jobs in Franklin, TN.

Schneider Electric USA Consolidating Tennessee Regional Offices

The global energy management and automation company will relocate 900 employees and create 250 new jobs in Franklin, TN.

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