Select Tennessee Certified Site
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.
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.
Dot Foods will build a $39M distribution center in Ingersoll, Ontario, and a $50.5M operation in Manchester, TN.
Henderson, Johnson, McNairy, Scott and Sequatchie counties are participating in a state program that will improve their inventory of available industrial sites.
The plant is the Germany-based company’s second U.S. location and will create 200 new jobs over the next five years in Washington County, TN.
The grants, totaling more than $5 million, will help rural communities overcome barriers to achieve Select Tennessee site certification.
The automotive supplier will invest about $40 million and create more than 100 jobs in Fayetteville, TN over the next three years.