Italy-Based Athena-SCE Expands Mount Pleasant, Tennessee, Operations
With its parent company headquartered in Italy, Athena-SCE produces gaskets and other sealing devices for automotive and industrial applications.
The company will locate its operations at 424 William Springs Road in Mount Pleasant, where Athena SCE will build a 5,800-square-foot addition to its existing 32,500-square-foot facility. Athena-SCE anticipates the new facility will be fully operational in the fourth quarter of 2019.
“Moving a manufacturing plant is a significant undertaking. We’re thankful to the City of Mount Pleasant, the Maury County Alliance and the State of Tennessee for their genuinely warm welcome and expert assistance. We’re elated to be part of the Mount Pleasant community,” Athena-SCE, Inc. President Ryan Hunter said.
“Tennessee’s skilled workforce and robust network of automotive companies make our state an ideal place for auto suppliers to invest in. I’m pleased to see Athena-SCE make this considerable investment in Mount Pleasant and bring dozens of quality jobs into this community.” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe noted.
“We’ve created a business climate in Tennessee that encourages companies to grow and create jobs here. I’m happy to welcome Athena-SCE’s investment in Tennessee, which will strengthen the economy in Mount Pleasant,” said. Governor Bill Lee.
“Maury County’s location, value and workforce make it a leader in manufacturing job growth for Tennessee. We are excited by Athena-SCE’s decision to consolidate and grow its operations in Maury County, and wish them every success as they move forward,” said Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles.
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