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Modine Manufacturing Company Expands Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, Facility

Heat products manufacturer Modine Manufacturing Company will expand its plant in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. The $1.2 million project is expected to create 45 jobs.

The project is a relocation of three product lines from Missouri and Rhode Island to its Lawrenceburg plant. Modine will retrofit and expand its current facility for the new lines being added. The Tennessee plant is currently primarily an aluminum fabrication plant and the new lines have significant stainless-steel content.

“We are fortunate in light of our current competitive environment to have the opportunity to once again expand our operations in Lawrenceburg. We are excited about the addition of our new heat transfer products that we will supply to the mass transit and stationary power markets. I appreciate all of the extra work and support provided by Governor Lee, TNECD, and our local chamber to help secure this new business,” said David Killen, plant manager, Modine Lawrenceburg.

“I appreciate Modine’s decision to expand its operations in Lawrenceburg. As we get our economy back on track, investments like this are crucial for our state. I look forward to seeing this company continue to succeed in Southern Middle Tennessee,” said Governor Bill Lee.

Modine manufactures heat transfer products for a wide range of markets including stationary power generation, mining, agriculture, construction, automotive and building HVAC. The company has had a manufacturing presence in Tennessee for over 30 years and currently employs more than 500 people across the state.

“Modine has created manufacturing jobs in Tennessee for over 30 years, and we’re pleased to welcome this expansion and creation of 45 new jobs. Modine’s decision to relocate facilities from other states to Tennessee is a testament to our reputation as a top choice for manufacturing,” said TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe.

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