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Denso breaks ground on consolidated warehouse at Maryville, US

ABR Staff Writer Published 22 July 2016

Japanese automotive parts supplier Denso has broken ground on a 186,528 square foot consolidated warehouse on its Maryville, Tenn. campus.

The warehouse is due to be complete by October 2017.

Last year, DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee, a unit of Denso had announced a $400m investment to expand manufacturing lines, which would result in the creation of 500 new jobs.

The new warehouse allows DMTN to consolidate its various warehouse operations in the Maryville area and free up manufacturing space that can be used to produce products, such as head-up displays, instrument clusters and electronic control units.

"As we continue to expand, we also renew our commitment to serve our customers with our best efforts and to make important new contributions to the economic well-being of Blount County, East Tennessee and the region as whole," said Jack Helmboldt, President and CEO of the company.

Due to the creation of 500 new jobs, DENSO is currently hiring for team members in Production, Logistics, and Maintenance.



Source: Company Press Release