Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Faurecia officials announced that the automotive components manufacturer will expand its operations, creating 171 new jobs in Spring Hill.
Located at 3555 Cleburne Road, Faurecia will invest $18 million to expand its existing facility by nearly 100,000 square feet to increase manufacturing capabilities, specifically the production of door panel assemblies for several major OEMs. This expansion comes two years after Faurecia located its manufacturing operations in Tennessee, at which time the company invested $30 million and committed to create nearly 150 new jobs in Maury County.
Founded in 1997, Faurecia is a top ten global automotive supplier with 266 industrial sites and approximately 39 R&D centers in 35 countries worldwide and provides innovative solutions to automotive challenges across four business groups: Seating, Interiors, Clarion Electronics and Clean Mobility. The Spring Hill expansion will support Faurecia’s position as one of the world’s leading suppliers of seat systems, full interior systems, electronics and display technologies, and ultra-low and zero emission solutions.
Over the last five years, TNECD has supported more than 20 economic development projects in Maury County, resulting in 5,500 job commitments and approximately $5 billion in capital investment.
“Thank you, Faurecia, for choosing to expand in Spring Hill. This continued investment underscores our state’s business-friendly climate and highly skilled workforce. The creation of nearly 200 jobs in the automotive sector will significantly increase the opportunities for those in Maury County.” – Gov. Bill Lee
“Since 2015, French-owned companies have invested more than $280 million in our state, and we appreciate Faurecia for committing an additional $18 million of capital investment. We congratulate Faurecia on this expansion, which takes place just two years after the company chose to locate in Tennessee and thank the company for its continued investment and job creation in Spring Hill.” – TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe
“We are excited for this expansion that would not have been possible without the team’s experience, an engaged workforce, and local government support. This expansion is another chapter in supporting our employees, our local community and business partners, and commitment to delivering innovative, high-quality solutions to our customers.” – Petri Duplessis, Faurecia Spring Hill plant manager
“TVA and Columbia Power & Water Systems congratulate Faurecia Interior Systems, Inc. on its decision to expand operations in Maury County. It’s always an exciting day when we can celebrate a company’s continued commitment to growth in the Valley. We are proud to partner with the Maury Alliance, Middle Tennessee Industrial Development Association and Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to support companies like Faurecia, create new job opportunities and investment in the region.” – John Bradley, TVA senior vice president of Economic Development
“Today’s announcement demonstrates again why Maury County leads Tennessee in both incoming investment and growth. I would like to thank Faurecia for the additional job opportunities they are creating for our citizens. Additionally, I would like to thank our partners including, Governor Lee, TNECD, TVA, the South-Central Tennessee Development District, the Industrial Development Board of Maury County, the Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Alderman, and the Maury Alliance for their continued support of economic development in Maury County.” – Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles
“It is especially gratifying when a world-class company like Faurecia doubles-down and reinvests in your city. The City of Spring Hill celebrates Faurecia’s expansion. We are appreciative for the new jobs and additional investment and look forward to Faurecia’s growth and success here.” – Spring Hill Mayor Jim Hagaman
“The 171 new jobs coming to Maury County is great news. I am glad Faurecia has had success in Maury County to expand after locating its manufacturing operations here two years ago. I look forward to their continued success. Thank you to the state and local officials who helped facilitate this expansion.” – Sen. Joey Hensley (R-Hohenwald)
“I appreciate the hard work of Governor Lee, Commissioner Rolfe and our local economic development leaders who work very hard to advance and promote existing industries in Maury County. I look forward to continuing to partner with them to create and attract more high-quality jobs for the citizens of our growing community.” – Rep. Scott Cepicky (R-Culleoka)