STULZ Air Technology Systems Locates Manufacturing Plant in Dayton, Tennessee
The company will invest $2 million and create 250 jobs in Rhea County. STULZ will establish its operations in the former International Automotive Components building at 311 Greenway Blvd. in Dayton.
With its global headquarters in Hamburg, Germany, STULZ operates ten other production facilities across the globe, employing more than 7,200 people. STULZ has more than 450 employees at its North American headquarters in Frederick, Md.
“STULZ chose to open a manufacturing facility in Dayton because of the outstanding and highly skilled workforce along with the great business-friendly climate of Dayton, Rhea County, and the state of Tennessee,” Andy Tuthill, STULZ’s Vice President of Manufacturing Operations, said.
“STULZ’s decision to create hundreds of jobs in Rhea County is tremendous news for Southeast Tennessee,” Governor Bill Lee said. “We’re committed to supporting job growth in rural Tennessee, and an investment like this from STULZ will spark terrific economic activity in Rhea County and the area.”
“Rhea County has a long, rich history as a leader in the HVAC industry, and I’d like to thank STULZ for its decision to establish operations in Dayton,” Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe said. “Tennessee’s Tier-4 communities like Rhea County have our utmost attention when it comes to attracting new jobs and industry. By creating 250 jobs in Dayton, STULZ promises to provide steady incomes for hundreds of families in Rhea County.”
"We are always excited to recruit new, high paying jobs to Rhea County,” Dayton Mayor Gary Louallen said. “Our skilled workforce combined with our business-friendly environment helped to make this opportunity a reality. We're thrilled to have this significant investment from STULZ here in Dayton."
“We are very proud to have STULZ choose Rhea County and the City of Dayton for its next manufacturing operation,” Rhea County Executive George Thacker said. “Our community is experiencing unprecedented growth and we’re proud that STULZ will be a huge part of that continued momentum.”
“TVA and City of Dayton Electric congratulate STULZ on its decision to locate and create new job opportunities in Rhea County,” TVA Senior Vice President of Economic Development John Bradley said. “Helping to foster new job opportunities is fundamental to TVA’s core mission of service and we are proud to partner with the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development and Rhea County Economic and Tourism Council to help further that mission.”
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