An auto supplier will be looking to hire 60 people over the next six months in Dickson County.
City leaders announced Monday that the company MetriCan Stamping is expanding.
"MetriCan opened its first U.S. facility right here in Tennessee six years ago, and I am pleased to see the company continuing to succeed and grow in our state," Gov. Bill Haslam said in a news release. "Our Jobs4TN strategy focuses on expanding businesses here in state, and I congratulate MetriCan on its growth and the additional jobs they will create."
The supplier mainly makes parts for Volkswagen.
"MetriCan Stamping's expansion in Dickson County demonstrates its commitment to our county and builds on the partnership we have cultivated since the plant opened in 2005," Dickson County Mayor Bob Rial said in a news release. "I want to thank everyone who assisted in making this expansion possible and providing new job opportunities for the citizens of Dickson County."
"We are pleased and excited MetriCan Stamping is expanding its operations in Dickson, Tenn.," City of Dickson Mayor Don. L. Weiss, Jr. said. "This expansion is another example of the strong partnership the City of Dickson has with our existing industries, and I appreciate the commitment MetriCan Stamping has made to our community by expanding its operations here."
Applicants can apply in person at the Dickson facility or online with a resume at http://www.metrican.com/jobs.html.
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