South Korean automotive company bringing jobs to Tennessee
The new manufacturing presence will reportedly create 600 new jobs, and WBIR said the company is investing $170 million toward the new facility.
“Tennessee is at the center of the automotive industry, and Hanon Systems’ decision to invest nearly $170 million in Loudon County is a testament to Tennessee’s unmatched business climate, thriving economy and highly skilled workforce," Gov. Bill Lee said in a statement. "I thank Hanon Systems for creating 600 new jobs that will create tremendous opportunity for Tennesseans across the region."
Hanon Systems supplies powertrain cooling, fluid transport and more.