Right to Work Tennessee Attracts Business Headquarters

Three businesses are investing in Right to Work Tennessee. These are Oldcastle APG, Kaiser Aluminum, and Integrated Biometric Technology (IBT). But of these businesses, two of them are adding headquarters here. Kaiser Aluminum is actually relocating its headquarters from California because California doesn’t provide the same benefits of a Right to Work state. Meanwhile, IBT is adding new headquarters here as well. And lastly, Oldcastle APG is expanding in one of its current locations. Altogether, these companies will create 267 new jobs for the state. So this is news worth celebrating!

Read on to learn more about these incredible investments!

Oldcastle APG:

Oldcastle APG is investing $10.2 million in order to expand in Right to Work Clarksville, Tennessee. This will also create 45 new jobs!

“We look forward to fortifying our global footprint with expanded operations in Tennessee. With demand for our products growing every day, particularly throughout the Southeast, we are confident this investment will greatly increase production and allow us to best serve our customers for years to come.” […]

“Oldcastle APG is a leading global brand that has a well-established presence across Tennessee. We’re grateful to Oldcastle APG for creating additional family-wage jobs and supporting economic growth in Montgomery County.”


Kaiser Aluminum:

Kaiser Aluminum is relocating headquarters from California to Right to Work Franklin, Tennessee with a $3 million investment. This will also create 80 new jobs.

“Kaiser Aluminum has been a long-term employer in Tennessee through our Tennalum facility in Jackson and more recently with our new sales office in Knoxville. We look forward to expanding our presence in Tennessee as we relocate and transition our corporate headquarters to Franklin. Williamson County provides the benefit of a corporate friendly business environment and access to a highly talented workforce that fits well with Kaiser Aluminum’s corporate value of being a preferred employer and a great place to work. We thank the Economic and Community Development team for their commitment and support.” […]

“When a company chooses to relocate its headquarters and C-suite executives to Tennessee, it speaks volumes to our state’s pro-business climate and highly skilled workforce.”


Integrated Biometric Technology (IBT):

IBT is adding headquarters in Right to Work Franklin, Tennessee with a $2.3 million investment. This will also create 142 new jobs!

“IBT is excited to establish our headquarters in Franklin, Tennessee. We are a biometric technology company providing services to state and federal governments as well as the consumer markets through our sports and entertainment products. Being part of the Williamson County community will greatly assist and enhance our future development and growth.” […]

“A company establishing its headquarters in Tennessee is a testament to our state’s pro-business environment and quality of life. We continue to see an uptick in technology companies choosing to locate operations in Middle Tennessee, and IBT will continue this momentum with the creation of 140 new jobs.” 


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