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NIC Global Expands Gallatin, Tennessee, Operations

NIC Global, a company that specializes in mechanical and electromechanical assembly, will invest $2 million to expand operations in Gallatin, Tennessee. The project is expected to create 28 jobs.

The expansion includes investments in new fabrication equipment, special error-proofing systems and upgrades to its powder coating capabilities. Additionally, NIC will be adding 26,000 square feet of additional manufacturing space to support new programs.

“Since choosing to locate our second manufacturing facility here in 2004, we have emerged as an industry leader in quality and innovation. Our Gallatin, Tennessee Team has been a cornerstone of our success and we are excited to continue investing in our Team and community. We are especially appreciative of the ongoing support from the City of Gallatin, Sumner County and State of Tennessee Chambers and Economic Development teams,” said Troy Wood, NIC Global vice president.

“We welcome this new investment from NIC Global and appreciate the company for its commitment to create additional jobs in Gallatin. Sumner County has seen exceptional growth over the past year, and we have our local leaders and partners to thank for creating an environment where companies can find success,” said TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe.

The company, which is also an expert in sheet metal fabrication and global sourcing of metal and plastic components, has 200 employees at its Sumner County operation.

“TVA and Gallatin Department of Electricity congratulate NIC Global on its decision to expand operations in Sumner County. It’s always an exciting day when we can celebrate a company’s continued commitment to creating job opportunities and investment in the Valley. We are proud to partner with the City of Gallatin and Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to support companies, like NIC Global and look forward to its continued business success,” said John Bradley, TVA senior vice president of Economic Development.

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