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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. 

Tennessee-Kentucky Industrial Park

Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Tennessee-Kentucky Industrial Park 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.

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