Big Bend Galvanizing Plans $8 Million Manufacturing Plant In Trenton, Tennessee
According to state officials, due to high client demand throughout the Midwest and Southeast, the Missouri-based company will expand its operations by investing $8 million in the Trenton facility and creating 40 new jobs in Gibson County.
“Companies choose to locate in Tennessee for a number of reasons, but our pro-business environment, ideal central location and advanced transportation and logistics system tend to be prominent factors in the decision making process,” Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty said. “I appreciate Big Bend Galvanizing for selecting Tennessee for its newest manufacturing facility and for the jobs the company is creating in Trenton.”
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