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The Japan-based auto supplier will create 58 new jobs with a new production facility in Portland, TN. 


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The Japan-based auto supplier will create 58 new jobs with a new production facility in Portland, TN. 

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Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Robertson County articles below.


Togo North America Investing $11.4M In Tennessee

The Japan-based auto supplier will create 58 new jobs with a new production facility in Portland, TN. 

Dorman Products Investing $55M To Expand In Tennessee

The automotive parts manufacturer will create approximately 215 new jobs at the Tennessee-Kentucky Industrial Park in Portland, TN.

Gateway Packaging Company Expanding In Tennessee

Gateway Packaging will invest $13.2 million to expand its manufacturing operations and locate its official headquarters in White House, TN.

Lowe’s Chooses Tennessee For New Fulfillment Center

The home improvement company plans to invest $100M and create approximately 600 jobs at a new direct fulfillment center in Robertson County, TN.

Hatch Stamping Company Selects Portland, TN For New Manufacturing Plant

Automotive components manufacturing company to invest $17 million and create 101 new jobs.

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