RMC Advanced Technologies Locates Headquarters-Production in Surgoinsville, Tennessee
A subsidiary of Sigma Industries Inc., RMC Advanced Technologies produces and sells composite components. The company offers products for the heavy-duty truck, coach, transit and bus, machinery, agriculture and wind energy markets. Sigma Industries Inc. was founded in 2005 and is based in Saint-Ephrem-de-Beauce, Quebec, Canada.
“This location in the U.S. represents an important strategic milestone for us,” Denis Bertrand, president of Sigma Industries Inc., said. “It is the first step in our strategy to grow our operations in the U.S. market. In essence, it will allow us to better serve existing customers while providing us with the opportunity to grow our business in a market of significant size. Furthermore, we are proud to be in a position to serve our transit industry customers with Buy America compliant products.”
“I’d like to welcome RMC to Hawkins County and look forward to the company’s future growth,” Hawkins County Mayor Melville Bailey said. “I am pleased RMC has chosen to call Phipps Bend Industrial Park home. RMC’s decision to locate here reinforces our position that Hawkins County offers the quality of workforce that industries need. We look forward to working with them to ensure many prosperous years in Hawkins County.”
“I want to welcome RMC to Hawkins County and thank the company for choosing to locate its U.S. headquarters and manufacturing facility in Surgoinsville,” Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe said. “It means a great deal that another international-based company has chosen our state for its new operations. Tennessee is home to more than 70 Canadian-owned companies that employ approximately 8,000 Tennesseans and we appreciate RMC for creating 54 new jobs in our state and Surgoinsville.”
“I am pleased to welcome RMC to Hawkins County. A company like this was exactly what we envisioned to locate in the spec building in Phipps Bend Industrial Park,” Larry Elkins, chairman of Hawkins County Industrial Development Board, said. “The quality of jobs RMC will bring to Hawkins County speaks volumes about the company and what it will provide to our community. RMC Advanced Technologies Inc. will have state of the art robotics technology that will require highly skilled employees. I’d like to thank NETWORKS Sullivan Partnership, TVA, Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development, and Rebecca Baker for their hard work and many hours of service in helping to locate RMC to Hawkins County.”
“TVA and Holston Electric Cooperative congratulate Sigma Industries, Inc. on its decision to locate in Hawkins County,” TVA Senior Vice President of Economic Development John Bradley said. “Helping to create new job opportunities in the Valley is fundamental to TVA’s mission of service and we are proud to partner with Hawkins County Industrial Development Board, Phipps Bend Joint Venture Managing Committee, NETWORKS Sullivan Partnership and USDA Rural Development to help further that mission.
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