Surface Dynamics Expands Bartlett, Tennessee, Operations
“Surface Dynamics, as part of the medical division of UnitedCoatings Group, is proud to continue to invest in Bartlett with an exciting plan over the next five years. Thank you to the State of Tennessee for supporting the growth of the organization. Our company is committed to paying it forward to the people and the business in the Bartlett community, one new job at a time,” said Surface Dynamics LLC Managing Director Francesco Bucciotti.
“Tennessee’s pro-business climate and skilled workforce make our state an ideal place for companies like Surface Dynamics to invest and grow. The lives of Tennesseans are changed when quality jobs are created in our communities, and I’d like to thank Surface Dynamics for its commitment to expand in Bartlett and West Tennessee,” said Governor Bill Lee.
“Each year, Tennessee’s medical device makers export more than $3.3 billion in products, the second highest amount among states in the U.S. This expansion by Surface Dynamics strengthens one of our state’s most vibrant and thriving sectors, and I look forward to the ways these quality jobs will improve the lives of our residents in Shelby County,” said Bob Rolfe, Commissioner of TNECD.
“We are so happy that Surface Dynamics has chosen to stay and expand in Bartlett. It is a valued member of our community. The company will be adding a significant number of jobs in the biomedical industry. That is good for Bartlett and all of Shelby County,” added Bartlett Mayor Keith McDonald.
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