January 4, 2013
Teledyne Electronic Mfg. Services has announced plans to expand its Lewisburg, Tenn., manufacturing facility to accommodate a new product line. The $9.78 million project will create 96 new jobs.
The company designs, manufactures, and services products for the aerospace, computer, government, industrial, medical, and telecommunications markets. The Lewisburg facility, which supplies electronics to the defense and aerospace industries, recently was awarded the opportunity to manufacture a high-tech microelectronics line new to Tennessee.
"The exciting part about it is that it contains a whole range of new technologies that we don't currently perform here," said Shane Green, vice president and general manager of Teledyne EMS of Lewisburg. "To our knowledge, we will be unique in the area with hybrid manufacturing, chip and wire technology, and chip integration technology."
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