BR Metal Products Expands Operations in Livingston, Tennessee
The company is transitioning its temporary employees to a full-time basis while offering benefits and increased wages. The expansion and purchasing of new equipment will allow the company to hire additional employees.
“Creating high-quality jobs in rural communities remains a priority for me, and I appreciate BR Metal Products and its long-standing commitment to Overton County. Companies like BR Metal Products that choose to grow in our state are supporting our efforts to reboot the economy while providing jobs to Tennesseans,” said Governor Bill Lee.
“We want to thank BR Metal Products for expanding its Livingston operations. The company’s decision to create more than 30 jobs for the residents of Overton County is a vote of confidence in the highly skilled workforce we have in rural Tennessee,” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe added.
BR specializes in high end commercial castings, electrical grid industry castings and furniture castings. Using in-house machinery, BR Metal Products creates castings, welding fabrications, metal product finishing and tooling.
"I am very pleased that BR Metal Products is expanding their operations in Livingston. These new jobs are sure to have a positive economic impact on Overton County. With our excellent transportation network, business-friendly environment and outstanding workforce, we have much to offer companies seeking to expand or locate their operations. We appreciate all of those who worked to bring these jobs home,” said Senate Commerce and Labor Committee Chairman Paul Bailey.
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