Axle Logistics will bring 651 new jobs to Knox County as part of the project, which includes building an 85,000-square-foot facility.
McNeilus Steel Inc. plans to invest $23.4 million to expand its operations in Tennessee with the addition of a facility in Morrison.
MSS Steel Tubes USA LLC and The Robinette Company will create 200 manufacturing jobs in Sullivan and Shelby counties in Tennessee.
The composite decking, railing and cladding company will establish new manufacturing and distribution operations in Maury County, TN.
Federal BUILD grant will help construct 5.5 miles of rail to connect to nearby railroad and industrial park, promoting job creation in Tennessee’s most economically disadvantaged county.
The healthcare IT workforce service company will invest more than $500,000 in an expansion of its Hohenwald, TN operations.
The new print-on-demand operation will be the company’s fifth U.S. facility and will create nearly 150 jobs in Jackson, TN.
The Canadian auto supplier will invest $10 million in Lawrenceburg, TN: the location was selected for its proximity to OEMs.
The orthopedic and medical device maker will invest $2.5 million to relocate its U.S. headquarters from Chicago to Franklin, TN.
Tennessee has been the nerve center of the South’s auto sector for nearly four decades, and is shaping up to be a hub for electric vehicle investments.
The freight and transportation company's expansion project will create 225 new jobs at its Nashville headquarters over the next five years.
The steel fabrication company will create 32 jobs at a new Selmer plant that's expected to begin operations in May 2019.
The Volunteer State keeps breaking its own records for new job commitments, capital investment and FDI. Tennessee is aiming to bring in 28,000 new jobs in 2016.
PEP improves the state’s inventory of industrial sites and buildings by evaluating potential properties, advising counties on where investment may be most beneficial and what is needed to address issues.
Tennessee has implemented reforms that have made its educational system the most improved in the nation, but Gov. Bill Haslam is aiming at a much bigger goal: building an army of skilled workers.