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Miller Industries Upgrades Greeneville, Tennessee, Industrial Site

03/30/2021
Miller Industries will invest $15.4 million over a five-year period to renovate and upgrade an industrial site located at 515 Bohannon Ave. in Greeneville, Tennessee. The project is expected to create 80 jobs over five years.

In addition to the renovations, Miller Industries will invest in new equipment, including CNC lasers and press brakes, which will enable the company to perform fabrication work in-house.

“Miller Industries is excited about our state-of-the-art fabrication facility and thankful for the partnerships that helped make our vision a reality. Our employees’ commitment to operational excellence has allowed us to expand our in-house capabilities, as well as position the Company to capitalize on future opportunities,” Jamison Linden, chief manufacturing officer, Miller Industries, Inc. said.

“Since last year we have located over 20 transportation and distribution-related projects that represent an investment of $1.2 billion in Tennessee. Miller Industries’ continued investment and job creation is a testament to our state’s exceptional workforce, and we thank the company for contributing to the success and growth of Greene County in the years ahead,” noted TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe.

Since its formation in 1990, the company has provided innovative and high-quality towing and recovery equipment for customers around the world. Miller Industries has four manufacturing facilities in Chattanooga and Greeneville, Tennessee, and Hermitage, Pennsylvania, as well as two in Europe.

“We are pleased that through a collaborative effort with the Greene County Industrial Development Board, TVA, and the State of Tennessee we were able to coordinate assistance that will help enable Miller Industries to smoothly transition in a very competitive and turbulent business environment. This assistance means that a long-standing community partner will stay in Greene County and preserve a significant number of jobs. We greatly appreciate the assistance from the State of Tennessee. Their role was critical in providing the assistance necessary for this transformation and sustaining the collaborative and productive relationship for many years to come,” advised Jeff Taylor, president and CEO, Greene County Partnership .

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