MARTIN Technologies has announced its new facility located at in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, supporting the company’s growth and the expansion of its engineering and manufacturing segments.
The company has partnered with the Economic Development, Chamber of Commerce and Technical Education Groups to facilitate the fastest onboarding process possible for new hires. MARTIN’s initial space is approximately 60,000 square feet. Phase I will immediately support engineering and testing services for automotive, aerospace and defense customers. Phase II will provide additional services for OEM as well as Tier suppliers.
“This move represents an exciting growth segment for MARTIN,” said Harold Martin, CEO. “We have steadily grown our team for 21-plus years. We are founded on a motorsports culture of fast reaction, precision, efficiency and innovation. We are blessed by the welcome and accommodation of Lawrence County. This location is key to our engineering expansion as we are rapidly becoming the largest global propulsion testing supplier in the world. We have plans to hire an additional 250-plus people to accommodate our growing customer base in the local industrial market, bringing additional economic growth to Lawrence County and the state.
“Additionally, we will work closely with the universities to help foster growth and technology. While remaining cost-conscious, we are designing the space to accommodate scalable programs, flexible services and career growth opportunities for our growing team,” said Martin.
“In the past two years we have focused on putting capital to work to accelerate our business plan,” he continued. “We have expanded multiple business segments and commissioned additional facilities globally. We know to meet our objectives of being a world leader in mobility/automotive technology and manufacturing solutions we must continue to invest in our innovation and growth. We intend to continue partnering with and investing in our local communities, supply base and workforce to build a strong team that can support the current demand while positioning us for further growth opportunities.”