Leading manufacturer of plastic-based parts and components to expand to Tennessee and invest nearly $7 million in second U.S. location
Nashville – PVS Plastics Technology Corporation will invest $6.9 million to establish its second U.S. facility in Johnson City.
“We are thrilled to be setting up shop so close to ebm-papst, one of our longtime customers, in order to support its expansion in the U.S. market for energy-efficient ventilation technology,” said Rich Tursic, CEO, PVS Plastics Technology Corporation.
PVS will create 26 new jobs in Washington County as the company establishes manufacturing operations in an existing 54,000-square-foot facility on Wesinpar Drive. This expansion into Tennessee will bring PVS closer to one of its longtime customers, ebm-papst, and allow the company to manufacture and supply injection molding plastics for industries needing high-tech solutions.
“Tennessee is the best state in the nation for companies to succeed, thanks to our thriving economy, strong business climate and highly skilled workforce. I thank PVS for its $7 million investment in Tennessee to create new jobs and greater opportunity for families across Washington County,” said Governor Bill Lee.
Headquartered in Niedernhall, Germany, PVS is an environmentally friendly plastics company that specializes in manufacturing electric motor and fan components for the automotive and commercial HVAC industries.
“PVS choosing Johnson City as the location for its second U.S. manufacturing facility is a great example of recruiting a company that is a great fit for our community. It will provide new jobs and further expand the manufacturing industry in this area,” said Johnson City Mayor Todd Fowler.
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