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TN: Fabricated Wire Products Supplier to Add 45 Jobs, Invest $2.8 Million in Chester County Plant

14 Jan, 2011


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Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Matt Kisber recently applauded the decision by officials of Premier Manufacturing Corporation to expand the company’s Henderson, Tenn. facility. The expansion represents a $2.8 million investment that will add 45 new production jobs to the plant located along Highway 45. Premier Manufacturing is a leading supplier of fabricated wire products for the Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) industry.

“It’s encouraging and exciting to see existing businesses continue to grow and expand within the Volunteer State,” said Commissioner Kisber. “Premier’s decision to expand its Henderson plant is a vote of confidence for the business environment we’ve worked hard to create in Tennessee and a sign of a productive, high-quality workforce.”

“We are looking forward to expanding our Henderson plant and believe our company will be even more successful with this addition,” said Danny Tacker, plant manager. “This expansion will position our company to continue to grow as the market leader for fabricated wire products.”

Premier Manufacturing, whose headquarters is in Cleveland, Ohio, was recently purchased by SSW Holding Co. SSW Holding then made the decision to consolidate production of guards and grills for air conditioners at the Henderson facility.

“The news that Premier Manufacturing will be expanding its Henderson plant is another great example of successful economic development in our community,” said Henderson City Mayor Bobby King. “We are grateful to the company for its continued confidence in our citizens.”

“I applaud Premier Manufacturing’s decision to grow their plant in Henderson,” said Chester County Mayor Dwain Seaton. “We look forward to a continued partnership with the company and wish them well in future endeavors.”

Premier Manufacturing is currently accepting applications for the 45 new production jobs at its Henderson plant, 867 Premier Way, Henderson, Tenn. 38340.

 

About the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development
The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development’s mission is to create higher skilled, better paying jobs for all Tennesseans. The department seeks to attract new corporate investment in Tennessee and works with Tennessee companies to facilitate expansion and economic growth. To find out more, go to www.tn.gov/ecd or www.investtennessee.org.

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