Lee, Rolfe announce Americolor, LLC to expand in Trousdale County

  • Printing and promotional materials manufacturer will invest $5.5 million Hartsville facility
  • Expansion will create nearly 60 new jobs

NASHVILLE – Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and AmeriColor, LLC officials announced Monday that the company will expand its operations by purchasing a new building in Hartsville.

AmeriColor will invest $5.5 million and create 57 new jobs in Trousdale County over the next three years.

Currently located in Nashville, AmeriColor will relocate and expand its operations to an existing facility located at 113 Planters Street in Hartsville. The company plans to make various upgrades and renovations to the site including infrastructure and telecommunication improvements.

“Ensuring Tennesseans, especially those in rural areas, have access to quality job opportunities is one of my main priorities,” said Lee. “I thank AmeriColor for their expansion in Trousdale County, and I look forward to the growth and opportunities that this investment will create for the Hartsville community.” 

Founded in 2010, AmeriColor is a third generation, family-owned and operated company specializing in printing and manufacturing paper goods such as catalogs, promotional materials and digital formats. The company employs more than 80 people across three divisions.

Since 2015, TNECD has supported more than 200 economic development projects in Northern Middle Tennessee, resulting in 44,000 job commitments and $7.7 billion in capital investment.

“AmeriColor’s investment in Hartsville showcases the strong workforce that can be found in Tennessee’s rural communities,” said Rolfe. “Since 2015, TNECD has supported nearly 400 projects resulting in 43,000 jobs and $11 billion invested in rural Tennessee. We thank AmeriColor for its commitment to Trousdale County, and we congratulate the company on this expansion.” 

“I’m proud that AmeriColor has chosen to expand its operations in Trousdale County, and I welcome them to our community. Their relocation demonstrates that Hartsville has a very pro-business environment, and we’re committed to helping our industries succeed here for many years to come,” added State Rep. Terri Lynn Weaver (R-Lancaster).

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