What Are Some Additions Coming to Right to Work Tennessee’s Economy?
Four businesses will soon be investing in the state of Tennessee. These include Grupo Sesé, Amazon, Eastman, and Documotion Research.
Grupo Sesé will be adding a new location in Chattanooga while Amazon will be adding a new fulfillment center in Alcoa. Meanwhile, Eastman will be working on the world’s largest methanolysis lab in Kingsport and Documotion will be locating to Maury County.
This is all exciting news because this will mean over 1,000 new jobs all over the state! Read on to find out more about each company’s investment.
“One out of every three projects we land is the result of foreign direct investment[. W]e continue to proactively recruit companies and foster our international partnerships. Spanish-owned companies employ more than 1,500 people across Tennessee.” […]
“TVA and EPB congratulate Sese Industrial Services on its announcement to expand operations and create hundreds of new job opportunities in Chattanooga. Helping to foster new jobs and investment in the Valley is fundamental to TVA’s mission of service[…].”
“Eastman employs more than one-third of the Tennesseans that work in our state’s chemical industry[. W]e applaud the company for expanding its capabilities in Kingsport while reaffirming its commitment to sustainability.”
“It is a testament to the strength of Tennessee’s business climate that companies are attracted to our state[…]. Amazon is a global brand that has invested $1.5 billion and created more than 25,000 jobs across all three grand divisions of our state[. W]e appreciate their team for choosing to grow in East Tennessee. We would also like to thank [those who made] many contributions to help bring this project to fruition.”
“TNECD is proud to welcome another California-based company to Tennessee. The recent influx of West-Coast companies to Tennessee underscores our state’s exceptional pro-business climate, dedicated workforce and outstanding quality of life. We thank Documotion for choosing Maury County and creating 80 new jobs in Columbia.”