American Standard Brands Plans Manufacturing-Distribution Facility In La Vergne, Tennessee
This is the first new U.S.-based manufacturing facility for American Standard Brands in more than 25 years. The new facility in Davidson County will allow American Standard Brands to expand its operational footprint and increase efficiency through enhanced supply chain connectivity.
“We are pleased to expand our U.S. manufacturing base to increase efficiencies for our customers through an enhanced supply chain," Steve Delarge, CEO/CFO of American Standard Brands, said. "The quality workforce and favorable business environment in Davidson County made a compelling business case for us to select Middle Tennessee for our new operation."
“We want to thank American Standard Brands for choosing to expand in Tennessee and for its investment in La Vergne and Davidson County,” said Governor Bill Haslam. “World renowned brands call Tennessee home and are growing in our business-friendly environment. We look forward to American Standard’s continued success, as today’s announcement brings us one step closer to our goal of becoming the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs.”
“Tennessee Valley Authority and Nashville Electric Service congratulate American Standard Brands on its announcement to locate and create 600 new jobs in Davidson County,” TVA Senior Vice President of Economic Development John Bradley said. “We are pleased to partner with the state of Tennessee, Nashville Electric Service, Metro Government of Nashville and Davidson County, and the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce to support American Standard’s success in its new operations in Nashville.”
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