Move will bring Spring Hill facility 186 new jobs, expand current Tennessee workforce by more than 30%

OPmobility (formerly Plastic Omnium) will undergo a $3 million expansion at its Spring Hill plant.

“Tennessee has earned a worldwide reputation for being one of the best places to do business, not just in the U.S. but across the globe. I’m grateful that OPmobility has chosen to expand its operations and welcome more jobs and greater opportunity for Tennesseans,” said Governor Bill Lee.

OPmobility, headquartered in France, is a global family-led group with 152 plants across 28 countries. The company has operated in Tennessee since 2015 with locations in Chattanooga, Smyrna, Spring Hill and Hendersonville.

“OPmobility is excited by the new challenges given by the overall mobility transformation in the automotive industry.  We are proud to pursue our engagement and industrial excellence in Tennessee with one of the top OEM in vehicle electrification,” said Xavier Maury, OPmobility Operations Director U.S.A.

The project is a new opportunity for OPmobility to expand its product offerings for customers and further support electric vehicle production lines. The expansion will create 186 new jobs, up from just 18 currently in Maury County and 568 across the state.

Since 2020, TNECD has supported approximately 15 economic development projects in Maury County, resulting in more than 3,500 job commitments and nearly $5 billion in capital investments.

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