Will invest $5.5 million to relocate its operations

Manufacturing and laser welding company to invest more than $5 million to relocate operations from California to Tennessee

LazeStar, Inc. will invest $5.5 million to relocate its operations from Livermore, California, to Fairview, Tennessee.

“I welcome LazeStar to Tennessee and thank them for their commitment to creating new, highly skilled jobs for the dedicated workforce across Williamson County. We look forward to the positive impact LazeStar will bring to this region in the years to come,” Governor Bill Lee.

LazeStar will create 25 new jobs in Williamson County. Its recent expansion and relocation are a result of the company’s continued growth and will position LazeStar to better serve its customers with hermetic laser sealing and package fabrication.

“LazeStar couldn’t be more excited about the relocation to Tennessee and specifically Fairview.  We are confident LazeStar is going to thrive in Tennessee. Being in a place that promotes business and supports our future is going to be a perfect match,” said LazeStar, Inc. CEO Michael Hartman.

Founded more than 20 years ago, LazeStar specializes in fabrication and laser welding components used in the defense, aerospace, microwave, biomedical and commercial industries.

Since 2020, TNECD has supported 21 economic development projects in Williamson County, resulting in approximately 4,000 job commitments and nearly $260 million in capital investment.

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