Laminated insulation manufacturer to create more than 70 new jobs in Tier 4, Distressed Perry County
Nashville – Dutch Tech, Inc. officials announced today the company will invest $755,000 to expand its insulation manufacturing operations at the company’s headquarters in Southern Middle Tennessee.
“We are pleased to be able to manufacture American made products here in Middle Tennessee. We are committed to providing the best quality building insulation made possible by hard working Tennesseans. Dutch Tech is proud to be on track to provide more than 70 well paid jobs in Perry County,” said Tim Easley, CEO, Dutch Tech, Inc.
Dutch Tech will create 73 new jobs in Tier 4, Distressed Perry County three years after the company was founded in Lobelville.
The additional staff will serve as shift managers, equipment operators and administrative assistants, allowing Dutch Tech to better meet its customer demands and increase production.
Founded in 2020, and headquartered in Lobelville, Tennessee, Dutch Tech, Inc. specializes in manufacturing durable, insulation technology. Through the expansion, Dutch Tech will employ nearly 100 people in Perry County.
Since 2019, TNECD has supported more than 50 economic development projects in the Southern Middle Tennessee region, resulting in approximately 7,800 job commitments and $5.6 billion in capital investment.
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