Allied Dispatch Solutions Invests $4.8 Million To Expand Its Johnson City, Tennessee, Facility
“We believe in Carter County, and we are incredibly happy to announce this expansion,” said company CEO Anthony Royer. “These new jobs will help propel us to being one of the largest companies in our sector. We couldn’t do it without the quality of the local workforce and the support and leadership shown by state and local officials.”
“Allied Dispatch Solutions is one of Tennessee’s great rural economic development stories, and we want to thank them for choosing to grow in Johnson City and Carter County,” Governor Bill Haslam said. “We’ve embraced real change in our approach to workforce readiness with programs such as the Tennessee Promise because having a skilled workforce for employers is critical to our goal of becoming the No. 1 state in the Southeast for high quality jobs. We want to congratulate Allied on their success and thank them for their investment in Tennessee.”
According to state officials, Allied Dispatch Solutions will become one of the nation’s largest roadside services company by the end of 2015. The company is an industry leader and innovator. Their expansion is believed to be the single largest in Carter County history.
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