Germany-based MAHLE Expands Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Operations
MAHLE will add 140,000 square feet to its operations at 906 Butler Drive in Murfreesboro. The expansion will support new injection molding production on site. The addition in Murfreesboro will allow the company to better optimize its production footprint and be closer to automotive customers located in the Southeast.
“I applaud MAHLE for its expansion in Murfreesboro and welcome the creation of approximately 300 new jobs in Rutherford County. Substantial investments like MAHLE's are crucial to get Tennessee’s economy back on track and ensure quality jobs are available for Tennesseans,” said Governor Bill Lee.
“MAHLE’s significant expansion is terrific news for Murfreesboro and surrounding areas. With many Tennesseans in need of quality job opportunities, TNECD is focused on supporting our local communities and attracting investments like MAHLE’s to Rutherford County,” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe added.
“The City of Murfreesboro is excited to welcome this major investment by a Tier 1 automotive supplier. We look forward to a continued successful partnership with MAHLE as our community helps provide the skilled workforce to the thriving automotive sector in Middle Tennessee,” Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland said.
Founded in 1920, MAHLE supplies automotive OEMs and other Tier 1 auto suppliers throughout North America. The company’s product portfolio addresses all the crucial issues relating to the powertrain and air conditioning technology, both for drives with combustion engines and for e-mobility.
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