Bath Fitter Manufacturing Expands Springfield, Tennessee, Manufacturing Plant
Founded in 1984 in Montreal, Canada, Bath Fitter specializes in manufacturing tub and shower enclosures that are installed to create a new space without extreme construction required. These tub and shower liners are manufactured in state-of-the-art facilities located throughout the U.S.
"Our company continues to mature and grow, and we have ambitious plans to be even better in the future, a company we can all be proud of,” Bath Fitter CEO Glenn Cotton said.
Margot Fosnes, President/CEO officer at the Robertson County Chamber of Commerce said, “They have been a tremendous corporate citizen in their 10 years in Robertson County, investing in our education and economic development initiatives and enabling their employees to give back to the community in countless ways, from recycling to food drives. We look forward to the new quality jobs that this project will bring to Springfield.”
“It says a lot about our state when a company chooses to expand here, and I want to thank Bath Fitter for expanding in Robertson County,” Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd. “With over 333,000 Tennesseans employed in the manufacturing sector, it is great news that Bath Fitter will be adding jobs to this steadily growing sector.”
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