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General Products Partners Invests $6.5 Million As First Tenant In Fayetteville, Tennessee, Industrial Park

Area Development Online News Desk (12/19/2012)
General Products Partners Inc., the aerospace and defense components manufacturer, will invest $6.5 million to establish a manufacturing facility in Fayetteville, Tennessee, creating 100 jobs in Lincoln County.

General Products Partners Inc. supplies precision machining, fabrication and assembly of tooling and components, including space flight hardware, to a diversified range of aerospace, defense and aircraft industry firms. It will be the first facility located at Runway Centre Industrial Park.

“GPP is pleased to become partners with the State of Tennessee and the residents of Lincoln County,” Mike Tucker, general manager, General Products Partners Inc., said. “This is an excellent opportunity and a win-win situation for all concerned. The state and local leaders have been most helpful; this is the type of environment that creates success.”

“We continue to work to make Tennessee the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs, and I want to congratulate General Products Partners Inc. and Lincoln County on this great announcement,” Gov. Bill Haslam said. “The area will certainly benefit from these new positions, and I know this is the beginning of a strong partnership between General Products Partners Inc. and the state of Tennessee.” Information on tax incentives for which the firm might be eligible was not immediately available.

“I am pleased to welcome General Products Partners Inc. to Tennessee,” Bill Hagerty, Economic and Community Development Commissioner said. “Our business-friendly climate, central location and quality workforce will serve the company well. Under Gov. Haslam’s leadership, our department has worked hard to bring advanced manufacturing companies such as General Products Partners Inc. to our state.”

“We feel fortunate to have a growing company connected to NASA and Redstone Arsenal committed to making Lincoln County their home,” Lincoln County Mayor Peggy G. Bevels said. “They will bring new, good paying jobs with good benefits, and we look forward to adding them to our working family.”

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