A firm that fabricates and manufactures carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum structural weldments, along with custom process equipment, Rose Fabricating & Industrial Solutions, will invest $4.5 million to expand its Covington, Tennessee facility, with plans to create 25 jobs.
“In an industry that is ever changing and advancing, our company’s commitment to the core values of honesty, integrity and quality has ensured our steady growth,” Allan M. Rose, president and general manager, Rose Fabricating, said. “Thanks to the state of Tennessee, we will be continuing our expansion and plan on adding several jobs in the next few years. We are still a family business that values personal relationships with our employees and clients, and we are blessed to have the opportunity to provide more jobs for people in our community.”
“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,” Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill 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.” Information on tax incentives the firm might qualify for was not immediately available.
“Rose Fabricating has been a part of the Tipton County industrial community for many years,” Tipton County Executive Jeff Huffman said. “It is a homegrown company that contributes to the well-being of our citizens both as a prominent employer and as a community business leader. Given the fact that about 80 percent of jobs in Tennessee come from the expansion of existing businesses, it is certainly great news to hear that Rose Fabricating is expanding its investment in Tipton County and creating job opportunities for more of our citizens.”