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Overton County is home to companies that make parts for Nissan, Caterpillar, Honda and other internationally recognized brands. These businesses stay top-notch by hiring and training skilled workers from Overton County's area higher education institutions. Businesses from the manufacturing, engineering and agribusiness industries have chosen Overton County because of its low tax rate, affordable cost of doing business and property rates, as well as the endless water supply and fiber optics that run throughout the county.
An innovative designer and manufacturer of vehicle parts, Hutchinson supplies parts and trim for Honda, Nissan and other major transportation companies. A global leader in automotive technologies, Hutchinson does whatever it takes to produce the highest quality products—including sending some of its Overton County employees to the parent company's location in France for highly specialized training. With 14 other locations in the United States, Hutchinson chose Overton County because of its strategic location near major markets and the highly trained workforce.
TANIMURA & ANTLE
Tanimura & Antle produces sustainably grown produce in optimal growing conditions. The company strives to create quality products as it builds strong employee relationships. Overton County’s location made it a perfect choice to grow hydroponic lettuces in state-of-the-art greenhouses. Tanimura & Antle’s belief in creating and keeping a strong workforce is another reason why it chose Overton County’s skilled workers.
TRIPLE C MACHINE
Since 1992, Triple C Machine has specialized in tool and die design and repair, production machining, mold design, building and repair, all types of fabrication work and more. With multiple expansions to its Overton County locations, Triple C has worked with the automotive, appliance, agriculture, medical, environmental and electrical industries. The owner, an Overton County native, trained at a regional TCAT and now continues to work with area TCATs to recruit graduates and further train them on the most state-of-the-art machines in the state.