More than 300 jobs and $11 million in investments are coming to rural towns in East Tennessee.
Governor Bill Lee and the Department of Economic and Community Development announced Wednesday two separate manufacturers are setting up shop in Dunlap and Dayton, respectively.
Hubner Manufacturing Corporation will create 66 jobs and invest $9.6 million in the Sequatchie County community of Dunlap. The company hopes to start operations in January of next year in its brand-new 36,000-square-foot complex.
And just up the road in Dayton, Rhea County will get 250 jobs when STULZ Air Technology Systems opens its new facility. The company will produce HVAC equipment. STULZ plans to start moving equipment into an existing facility in two weeks. Operations are expected to start in June of this year.