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The new print-on-demand operation will be the company’s fifth U.S. facility and will create nearly 150 jobs in Jackson, TN.


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The new print-on-demand operation will be the company’s fifth U.S. facility and will create nearly 150 jobs in Jackson, TN.

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Lightning Source Investing $22M In Tennessee Manufacturing Facility

The new print-on-demand operation will be the company’s fifth U.S. facility and will create nearly 150 jobs in Jackson, TN.

Navistar To Invest $125 Million In Alabama

The commercial truck and bus manufacturer’s expansion will bring an additional 145  jobs to Huntsville, AL.

Toyota Boshoku Tennessee, LLC Expanding In Tennessee

The automotive components manufacturer will invest $31 million and create more than 100 new jobs in Jackson, TN.

Japan-Based Auto Supplier Growing In Indiana

ELSA Corporation will increase its automotive parts production, adding 114 jobs in Madison County to support growth at Subaru of Indiana Automotive.

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