Arvin Sango Inc. is expanding its manufacturing plant in Henderson, Tennessee, expecting to create 153 jobs over the next five years.
This is the third expansion at this location since Arvin Sango opened in 2008 to make automotive emissions systems, stamped auto body parts and door safety parts for the automotive industry.
“From the first time we visited Henderson more than 10 years ago, we have enjoyed a strong partnership with the local and state government that has allowed us to create an award-winning, world-class manufacturing facility in Southwest Tennessee. This expansion allows us to better support our customers in the region and to support their growth,” said Arvin Sango Vice President of Operations Scott Hubbard, at the time of the announcement in late 2019.
A 30-year-old company, Arvin Sango is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sango Co. Ltd., based in Japan. Arvin Sango’s main plant and headquarters is in Indiana, but the company also has manufacturing facilities in Kentucky and Texas, as well as in Canada and Mexico. The company also has a manifold plant in Indiana, a service parts center in Indiana and a research and development center in Detroit, Michigan.
“Tennessee continues to be a hub for manufacturing companies. With more than 2,300 advanced manufacturing establishments that call Tennessee home, our state is the perfect location for a company like Arvin Sango to continue to succeed,” said Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe.