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Telos Global To Establish Manufacturing Center In Caryville, Tennessee

08/26/2016
Telos Global, will locate a new manufacturing facility in Caryville, Tennessee. The automotive supplier will invest $32 million and create 63 new jobs in Campbell County.

Established in March 2016, Telos Global is a joint venture between Teague and Eisenmann Corporation USA and consists of a group of specialists with a broadened production and process expertise in the area of press-hardened steel. At the new facility, Telos Global will focus on five in-house turnkey services: technical, low volume production, tooling services, equipment sales services, turnkey services center and training.

Telos Global will locate its new manufacturing facility to a 190,000 square foot building in Caryville. The company plans on completing extensive renovations on the building to accommodate the company’s equipment and needs. The renovations include installation of a crane system, lighting upgrades and electrical modifications.

“We are pleased to bring Telos Global to Tennessee, a state that understands the automotive engineering and manufacturing industry as well as one that provides companies like ours with an environment that facilitates success,” Telos Global CEO Rick Teague said. “We look forward to calling the city of Caryville the home for our global business model and are equally excited about new opportunities in the foreseeable future.”

Based on profound knowledge in all areas from part design up to the engineering of the dies. Telos Global offers outstanding consulting services for every stage of the realization. The company’s main customers include automotive OEMs, Tier 1 and Tier 2 automotive suppliers.

“I want to thank Telos Global for choosing to locate its new facility in Campbell County,” Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd said. “Tennessee has over 118,000 automotive workers in 924 locations throughout the state, and it speaks volumes to our strong automotive sector when a company like Telos Global selects Tennessee.”

County commissioners recently made significant investments in power grid enhancements that accelerate Telos into production on a very aggressive schedule.

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