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VK Integrated Systems Relocates-Plans Clarksville, Tennessee, Operations

VK Integrated Systems will relocate its manufacturing operations from California to Clarksville, Tennessee. The $840,000 project is expected to create 34 jobs.

The company will construct a manufacturing facility at 40 International Blvd. in the Corporate Business Park, joining its headquarters and research and development operations, which were relocated to Tennessee in 2019. All three facets will be housed at the new location once construction is complete.

“VK Integrated Systems is excited to further our expansion into Middle Tennessee and grow deeper roots in Clarksville and Montgomery County communities. As a values-based company, we look forward to contributing to the growth of industry and strengthening the local economy with American-made goods,” Vasilios Kapogianis, president, VK Integrated Systems said.

VK Integrated Systems specializes in research and development as well as the manufacturing of hardware, software and supporting architecture for handheld weapons systems. The company has been manufacturing, assembling, programming, firing and delivering data from rifles with integrated systems since its founding in 2014.

“We are proud to add VK Integrated Systems to our state’s growing roster of California companies choosing to relocate their headquarters and expand their manufacturing facilities in Tennessee. As a weapons systems manufacturer, this company’s investment in Clarksville will further strengthen the advanced manufacturing footprint in Northern Middle Tennessee while also boosting the quality of life experienced in Montgomery County,” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe noted.

“TVA and Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation congratulate VK Integrated Systems on its decision to establish operations in Clarksville. Helping to foster job creation and investment in the region is fundamental to TVA’s mission of service. We are proud to partner with the Clarksville-Montgomery County Industrial Development Board and the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to further that mission and look forward to VK Integrated Systems future business success in the Valley,” John Bradley, TVA senior vice president of Economic Development said.

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