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Canada-Based Direct Coil Locates First U.S. Plant in Fayetteville, Tennessee

12/22/2020
Canada-based Direct Coil will invest $14.4 million to establish its first U.S. manufacturing facility in Fayetteville, Tennessee. The company plans to create 75 jobs in Lincoln County over the next five years.

This will be Direct Coil’s first manufacturing facility outside of its headquarters in Ontario, Canada. The company will renovate an existing facility at 1810 Wilson Parkway and plans to replicate its Canadian business model and processes in Fayetteville.

“Our company’s goal has and always will be, to succeed in the marketplace through exceptional customer service, commitment to quality, competitive pricing and on-time shipments. Direct Coil is excited to be expanding its manufacturing footprint within the USA. We are proud to be included in the Tennessee manufacturing community as well as joining the Lincoln County industrial family. We look forward to being a part of this welcoming and thriving community and look forward to working together for many years,” said Pat Occhicone, President and CEO, Direct Coil.

Direct Coil supplies the North American market with innovative heating and cooling solutions. It specializes in industrial heating and cooling coils for a variety of heating ventilation air conditioning and refrigeration applications such as furnaces, air conditioning units, and other equipment involving air movement.

“We are proud that Direct Coil has chosen Tennessee for its first manufacturing facility outside of Canada. Tennessee has established resources and business-friendly initiatives that make our state an ideal location for foreign direct investment. Direct Coil joins more than 1,000 foreign-owned businesses that call Tennessee home, and we thank the company for its investment in Fayetteville,” said TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe.

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