The Tennessee automotive industry is cruising toward improved profits in 2013 thanks to a local car supplier’s recent expansion. According to The Tennessean, U.S. Tsubaki Automotive, a Portland, Tennessee, firm, will increase its manufacturing operations and invest more resources in its facility. Company officials noted that they will hire more workers and spend $1.9 million to bolster the manufacturing site.??

Roughly 90,000 square feet of space will be available to crew members after the company completes its renovations. The current plant features about 60,000 square feet of room, and the business will use its resources to convert 30,000 square feet of space into a conveyor operation area.

Additionally, the firm is actively seeking crew members to join its team. The company will host a job fair on February 11, 2013, in the hopes of attracting talented professionals.

If companies like U.S. Tsubaki Automotive hire more workers and expand their headquarters, these firms could provide significant contributions to the U.S. economy. In fact, automotive firms could further boost their productivity by receiving immediate contributions from experienced, skilled specialists who can fill myriad roles. ????

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