The Tennessee economy recently received a boost from automotive parts provider Huf North America. According to The Associated Press, the company will develop a 52,000-square-foot facility in Greeneville, Tennessee, and add workers to its team in the near future.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam announced the news in January 2013. The first customer deliveries to the work site are scheduled for early 2014, and company officials could begin searching for skilled professionals to provide dependable support to the facility's everyday operations.
In Greensburg, Indiana, an automotive firm has set its sights on bolstering the local economy. The Greensburg Daily News reports that automotive supplier Valeo will improve its Greensburg operations with a $15.5 million investment. Company administrators said that they plan to create more jobs for the city's economy, which could provide significant assistance to highly skilled automotive professionals throughout the area.
If companies like Huf North America and Valeo continue to expand their U.S. operations, the national economy can rebound from the economic recession of the late 2000s. Additionally, experienced automotive industry experts can offer consistent assistance in a wide range of roles and help these businesses become worldwide leaders in their respective specialties.
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