Bath Fitter Manufacturing expanding, creating 51 jobs in Springfield
NASHVILLE — Bath Fitter Manufacturing, Inc. officials and Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd announced the company will expand in Springfield. Bath Fitter will invest $5.1 million and create 51 jobs in Robertson County. Check for Bath Fitter jobs here.
The company specializes in manufacturing tub and shower enclosures that are installed to create a new space without extreme construction required. These tub and shower liners are manufactured in state-of-the-art facilities located throughout the U.S.
“It says a lot about our state when a company chooses to expand here, and I want to thank Bath Fitter for expanding in Robertson County,” Boyd said. “With over 333,000 Tennesseans employed in the manufacturing sector, it is great news that Bath Fitter will be adding jobs to this steadily growing sector. Thanks, Bath Fitter, for creating these jobs for our Team Tennessee workforce and I look forward to our future partnership.”
Bath Fitter Manufacturing was founded in 1984 in Montreal, Canada.
Read more of this article at Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development. Photo courtesy of Bath Fitter.