NASHVILLE—Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty along with Integrity Tool & Mold, Inc. officials announced an expansion of the company’s operations in Pulaski, Tenn. Integrity will build a new 42,850 square foot engineering and manufacturing facility at 301 Integrity Lane, which will replace their current location at 1770 Braly Lane. The expansion represents a $6.3 million investment and will create 45 new jobs.
“When established companies choose to reinvest with our state, they are paying Tennessee the highest compliment while further strengthening the surrounding communities' economies,” Hagerty said. “Integrity is a prime example of how Tennessee’s business-friendly climate and exceptional infrastructure allow companies to grow and expand, serving customers all over the world. Integrity is a valued corporate citizen and I am grateful for the new jobs they will bring to Giles County.”