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Yachad Expands Operations in Selmer, Tennessee

Yachad LLC will invest $602,000 to expand its operations in Selmer, Tennessee. The company plans to create 31 jobs in McNairy County, Tennessee.

Yachad provides distribution, warehousing and fulfillment services for Clear Bags, a California-based packaging company with operations in Selmer. Yachad will add 6,000 square feet of space to accommodate more customer service representatives.

"We are grateful for the support of the state of Tennessee and our local Department of Economic Development. We look forward to creating jobs and helping Selmer's economy for years to come,” said Paul Pavao, CFO of Yachad LLC.

“Supporting the creation of good jobs in rural Tennessee is one of my top priorities. Yachad’s decision to create 31 jobs will have a positive impact on Selmer’s economy, and I thank the company for its commitment to Tennessee,” said Governor Bill Lee.

“Tennessee’s distressed communities like McNairy County have our utmost attention when it comes to attracting new jobs and industry. This expansion by Yachad promises to provide steady income for dozens of families in Selmer. I look forward to all the ways this expansion will benefit the citizens of McNairy County,” added Bob Rolfe, Commissioner of TNECD.

“This is great news. We continue to see the job market strengthening in McNairy County, which boosts our local economy. I congratulate Governor Lee and all state and local officials whose efforts helped bring these jobs home,” noted Sen. Dolores Gresham (R – Somerville).

“Yachad LLC’s continued investment in Selmer is great news for our community and region. I am proud to support the efforts of our local leaders in bringing more high-quality jobs to our community, and I appreciate Yachad LLC, Governor Lee, and our Department of Economic and Community Development for their commitment to District 94,” Rep. Ron Gant (R – Rossville) added.

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