Automotive parts supplier to invest $54 million in metal stamping expansion, Jackson to gain 80 new jobs through project
Nashville – Toyota Boshoku Tennessee, LLC (TBTN) will invest $54.4 million to expand manufacturing operations at its metal stamping facility in Jackson. TBTN will create 80 new jobs in Madison County because of the project.
The expansion will add an additional 87,000 square feet to TBTN’s existing Jackson facility, which will allow the company to consolidate its stamping operations to become a lower arm seat supplier while also supporting Toyota Boshoku America’s subsidiary locations.
“This marks another significant milestone for our company,” said Masami Ito, president, Toyota Boshoku Tennessee, LLC. “Expansion will allow us to increase manufacturing for our high-quality metal seat frame components and will strengthen the local economy in adding new jobs. We are proud to be an employer of choice in Jackson.”
Headquartered in Jackson, Tennessee, and one of Toyota Boshoku America’s subsidiary operations, Toyota Boshoku Tennessee, LLC specializes in metal stamping for the automotive industry. Upon completion of the project, TBTN will employ more than 900 Tennesseans.
“Tennessee’s strong business climate and unmatched workforce continue to cement our state’s position as a leader in the automotive industry. I thank TBTN for its continued investment in Jackson and commitment to job creation across Southwest Tennessee,” said Governor Bill Lee.
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