Comprehensive Logistics Company To Locate $30 Million Auto Manufacturing Support Facility In Spring Hill, Tennessee
Comprehensive Logistics will build a new Class A industrial building on 13 acres at 715 Beechcroft Road in Spring Hill. Managing more than 4 million square feet of facility operating space in the United States and Canada, the company’s Spring Hill facility is slated to be complete in the second quarter of 2015.
“This contract award demonstrates Comprehensive Logistics’ history of successfully providing a complete logistics and value-added warehouse solution and exemplifies our expertise in helping General Motors to meet growing consumer demand for their vehicles,” Brad Constantini, Executive Vice President/Principal of Comprehensive Logistics Co., Inc., said. “We are excited to open our first operation in Tennessee and become a part of the Spring Hill community.”
In addition to logistic support, Comprehensive Logistics will provide value-added services including parts sequencing and assembly of headliners, tires and wheels, rear suspensions, and front verticals.
“We want to welcome Comprehensive Logistics to Tennessee and congratulate the company on its latest expansion,” Governor Bill Haslam said. “Comprehensive Logistics’ decision to locate a new facility in Spring Hill is another example of the excellent logistics infrastructure and business-friendly environment our state offers to companies around the world. Today’s announcement brings us another step closer to our goal to make Tennessee the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs.”
“Tennessee consistently leads the national rankings for its distribution and logistics access making our state a standout choice for Comprehensive Logistics’ newest operation,” Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty said. “As a state, we strive to leverage Tennessee’s inherent advantages with the success of our thriving key sectors to create an environment that is appealing to new businesses seeking to relocate or expand operations. I appreciate Comprehensive Logistics for investing in Tennessee and for recognizing the strength of our superior workforce.”
“The Industrial Board of Maury County appreciates the opportunity to incentivize great businesses such as Comprehensive Logistics and Northpoint Development,” Bobby Harris, Chairman of the Industrial Development Board of Maury County, said. “We're particularly excited about the financial impact for our education system and income levels. The seven year return on investment on the tax discount is over 311 percent including approximately $270,000 annually of incremental tax revenues directed to education.
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