MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WTVF) — German-based automotive supplier MAHLE is expanding its Murfreesboro location, bringing 300 new jobs to Rutherford County.
Gov. Bill Lee announced the expansion in a release Wednesday, saying the facility will add 140,000 square feet to its operations on Butler Drive.
According to the release, the expansion will support new injection molding production on site. They said the majority of the new business for Murfreesboro will be reallocated from other MAHLE locations.
“I applaud MAHLE for its expansion in Murfreesboro and welcome the creation of approximately 300 new jobs in Rutherford County. Substantial investments like MAHLE's are crucial to get Tennessee’s economy back on track and ensure quality jobs are available for Tennesseans,” said Lee.
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