Henderson Stamping and Production, Inc.. a metal stamping manufacturer, will invest $13.5 million to expand its operations center in Henderson, Tennessee. The company plans to create 52 jobs in Chester County.
Incorporated in 1981, Henderson Stamping is a leading manufacturer of metal stampings and assemblies for the appliance and automotive industries. After 38 years of growth, Henderson Stamping is an international stamping supplier located in a 100,000-square-foot facility in Chester County.
With this expansion, the company plans on growing its footprint in Henderson and expanding its operation into a second 34,500-square-foot manufacturing facility in Chester County.
“We are very pleased to bring more job opportunities to the Henderson community. The addition of our second facility and investment into the latest servo press technology will allow us to continue growing in the appliance and automotive industries,” Henderson Stamping Chairman & President Clay Porter said.
“Creating high quality jobs in our rural communities is one of my top priorities. I appreciate Henderson Stamping, with its long history in Chester County, for continuing to invest in one of Tennessee’s rural communities by generating 52 new jobs in Henderson,” said Governor Bill Lee.
“Since 1981, Henderson Stamping has been a part of Henderson’s vibrant growth, and we are excited about its further investment in our city. The city of Henderson appreciates the contribution that Henderson Stamping, Inc. and its employees are making in our community. We are also grateful to the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development for its vital assistance with this project,” said Henderson Mayor Bobby King.
“We must continue our efforts to provide a business climate that draws economic development to our area and also provide a world class education that gives our students with the best opportunity for a high-quality job,” said Senator Dolores Gresham (R – Somerville).