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Ultimate Linings Relocates-Plans Lebanon, Tennessee, Chemical Manufacturing Plant

Ultimate Linings, a leader in protective coatings, will relocate its chemical manufacturing facility from Texas to Lebanon, Tennessee. The $31 million project is expected to create 50 jobs in Wilson County over the next five years.

To meet new growth and expand global research, the facility will house both the company’s advanced automated chemical manufacturing and its research and development laboratory and innovation center.

“We are thrilled to call Lebanon, Tennessee, the new home of Ultimate Linings’ corporate offices, our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and innovation center. We thank Governor Lee, Commissioner Rolfe, the Tennessee Valley Authority, Wilson County Mayor Hutto and Mr. GC Hixon from Wilson County’s Joint Economic and Community Development Board for all their hard work in helping us bring this important strategic project to fruition,” Ultimate Linings, LLC President Barry McConway said.

Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Ultimate Linings has served the automotive industry’s need for high quality bedliner material and systems for nearly three decades. The company has a global presence with applicators located in the U.S. and roughly 30 other countries around the world.

“Ultimate Linings’ expansion to Tennessee marks Wilson County’s eighth economic development project in the last year. We appreciate this company’s $31 million investment in Lebanon and thank this community for its strong partnership in recruiting new businesses to Middle Tennessee,” said TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe.

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