Attract New Companies
We know that selecting a new location to locate or grow your business requires the consideration of many important factors. The risks are high and you can’t afford to make the wrong decision. That’s why our experienced team will serve as your guide to the right location in the Valley and offer support throughout the location process.
TVA offers services to companies within certain target industries that potentially offer the greatest economic benefit to the Tennessee Valley.
Siemens, Lifetime, Alcoa, 3M, GKN, Electrolux, BASF, Wacker, Carpenter Technologies and LG Appliances are just a few of the Advanced Manufacturing firms that have found success in the Tennessee Valley. Advanced Manufacturing in the Tennessee Valley also supports a variety of companies in composites, chemicals, electronics, plastics, additives and metals manufacturing and processing. Click here to learn more about Advanced Manufacturing.
Aerospace and Defense
The Boeing Company, Airbus Group, Raytheon Company, Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems, Embraer and Bell Helicopter are just a few of the more than 2,400 aerospace and defense firms that call the Tennessee Valley region their home.
The Tennessee Valley continues to be an innovative and competitive location for companies in the consumer products industry seeking to meet growing demand through a strong workforce pipeline, robust energy network and a strategic location that allows mobilization of products efficiently and effectively to both domestic and international markets.
The Tennessee Valley has a rich history in manufacturing a wide range of industrial products from chemicals to paper to metals and more. There are more than 132,000 individuals employed in manufacturing within the Tennessee Valley with a wide range of skill sets from machining and welding to industrial maintenance and mechatronics.
The Tennessee Valley is the second-largest automobile manufacturing region in the country, with approximately 90,000 automotive industry jobs. The Valley is centrally located in the southern United States, the world’s third-largest economy. Click here to learn more about Transportation-Related Manufacturing.