Governor Bill Lee
Stone Mountain Technologies and Summit Behavioral Healthcare will invest a total of $18.5 million in Sullivan and Williamson counties.
DePre, a joint venture between DeRoyal Industries and Premier, Inc., will invest $10.3 million and create nearly 30 new healthcare product manufacturing jobs in Powell, TN.
Hanon Systems will invest $170M in new manufacturing operation in Loudon; truck manufacturer McNeilus will invest additional $25.3M in Murfreesboro expansion.
Magna's two facilities will make it the first automotive supplier at Ford’s BlueOval City Supplier Park. Magna will also build a stamping and assembly facility in Lawrenceburg.
Florida-based Formulated Solutions Cleveland will invest nearly $44 million, create 524 new jobs in Bradley County, TN.
The Webstaurant Store will invest $104M in Wilson County, TN; Dongwha Electrolyte will invest over $70M to locate its first U.S. facility in Montgomery County.
MSS Steel Tubes USA LLC and The Robinette Company will create 200 manufacturing jobs in Sullivan and Shelby counties in Tennessee.
The custom food manufacturer plans to invest $205 million in Bradley County, as well as create 840 new jobs by 2030.
In-N-Out Burger plans to open its first Tennessee restaurants by 2026. The company will invest $125.5 million and create more than 275 new jobs at its Williamson County office.
In Montgomery County, LG Chem will invest $3.2B and create over 850 jobs at the largest cathode manufacturing facility in the U.S.
Landmark Recovery will invest $7.5 million and create 1,300 new jobs as it expands its Williamson County, TN headquarters operations.
The sports footwear and apparel manufacturer will create more than 150 new jobs at the new distribution center in Lebanon, TN.
The tissue and paper product manufacturer will invest $425 million to build a state-of-the-art facility in Jackson, TN.
TN Composites will invest $23 million in its Dickson County expansion, Piedmont Lithium will establish a $582 million lithium hydroxide processing, refining and manufacturing facility in McMinn County.
To support growing demand in the commercial vehicle sector, Nashville-based Bridgestone will create 380 jobs at its truck and bus radial tire plant in Morrison, TN. Meanwhile, Ventcon grows in Madison County.
Restaurant technology company Toast, Inc. will locate its first facility in Tennessee, creating over 100 jobs in the greater Nashville region.
The new jobs will be created at locations in Bristol and Kingsport, the projects will join existing Advanced Call Center Technologies (ACT) facilities in Johnson City, TN.
The OES remanufacturer of drivetrain and powertrain systems will invest $8.3 million to locate new facility, create 218 jobs in Knoxville, TN.
Tritium, a global leader in the electric vehicle (EV) charging industry, will locate its U.S. manufacturing base in Lebanon, TN.
The Tennessee-based manufacturer of packaged and value-added foods will invest $53.5 million to establish new operations in Dickson.