Tenneplas Expands Pulaski Operations
Parent company, Windsor Mold USA Inc., will invest $3.5 million in a 37,500-square-foot expansion and create 40 jobs in Tennessee over the next five years.
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Tenneplas officials announced on Dec. 10 that the Tenneplas (Pulaski, Tenn., U.S.) company, a subsidiary of plastic mold manufacturer Windsor Mold USA Inc. (Windsor, Ontario, Canada) will expand its Giles County operations.
Windsor Mold USA Inc. will invest $3.5 million in a 37,500-square-foot expansion and create 40 jobs over the next five years. The expansion will reportedly add capacity for warehousing and manufacturing. In addition to the $3.5 million investment, the company has purchased more than $2.4 million in manufacturing equipment.
“Tenneplas is a valued member of the Giles County community, and we’re proud of the growth they have experienced. Companies in the automotive industry, such as Tenneplas, have helped make Tennessee the top state in the Southeast for automotive employment,” says Governor Bill Lee.
Mold started in 1972 and established Tenneplas in Pulaski in 2004 where it currently has more than 130 employees. Headquartered in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, the Windsor Mold Group of companies provides world-class products and services for domestic and international customers in the tooling and automotive plastic molding industries. Tenneplas produces exterior moldings, grille opening reinforcements, wheel liners, cowl vents and splash shields at the Giles County location.
Since 2015, the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (TNECD) has supported more than 75 economic development projects in Southern Middle Tennessee, totaling nearly 11,000 jobs and $4.2 billion in capital investment.