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Japan-based HIROTEC AMERICA Plans Fayetteville, Tennessee, Manufacturing Complex

Japan-based HIROTEC AMERICA, Inc., a Tier 1 automotive supplier specializing in manufacturing tooling, will construct a new manufacturing facility at the Runway Centre Industrial Park in Fayetteville, Tennessee.

HIROTEC AMERICA, a member of the Japan-based HIROTEC Group, will invest around $40 million and create more than 100 jobs in Lincoln County over the next three years. This new location, at a Select Tennessee Certified Site, will add part production capacity in the United States. Construction will begin in the second quarter of 2019, and HIROTEC AMERICA anticipates the plant will be operational in the third quarter of 2020.

“We are very happy to be welcomed into Tennessee and to be joining the Fayetteville community,” said Katsutoshi Uno, CEO, HIROTEC AMERICA. “I appreciate the warm hospitality that we have received and am looking forward to working closely with the community. HIROTEC values building lasting relationships and trust with our employees and partners which has made us into who we are.”

“Tennessee sits at the heart of the South’s auto industry. And with the expertise of our workforce, there’s no better place in the country to operate an automotive business than Tennessee,” Governor Bill Haslam said. “I’d like to thank HIROTEC AMERICA for investing in Fayetteville and bringing more than 100 high quality jobs to Tennessee.” “HIROTEC AMERICA joins a long and successful roster of automotive companies that call Tennessee home,” Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe said. “More than 135,000 Tennesseans work in the auto sector, and they make it one of our state’s strongest industries. Thank you to HIROTEC AMERICA for the vote of confidence in the people of Lincoln County, Tennessee.”

“We would like to welcome HIROTEC AMERICA to Lincoln County and thank the company for choosing our community for its new operations,” Jack Marsh, Chairman of the Fayetteville Lincoln County Industrial Development Board, said. “This will generate economic growth in Lincoln County and job opportunities for our local residents. We look forward to a long and prosperous relationship.”

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