NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A local factory expansion will bring 25 new jobs to a small town in middle Tennessee.
On Wednesday, the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development announced that Rose Fabricating & Industrial Solutions, LLC will undergo a $4.5 million expansion that will bring 25 new manufacturing and sales jobs.
"Supporting Tennessee companies like Rose Fabricating that have strong, deep ties to a community and its citizens is a cornerstone of our economic development strategy," Hagerty said. "Existing industry expansions are one of the keys to growing our state's economy, and I congratulate the company for its continued confidence in Tennessee's workforce and business-friendly climate."
Rose Fabricating & Industrial Solutions, LLC fabricates carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum structural weldments. Allan M. Rose, president and general manager, Rose Fabricating, said that the company plans to continue its expansion over the next several years.
The company did not say when hiring for the new positions would begin, but interested applicants were encouraged to apply in person at the Covington facility.