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Kelvion to expand in Knox County, Tennessee, create 74 new jobs

Christian Fernsby |
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Kelvion Inc. officials announced that the global heat exchanger manufacturer will expand its operations in Knoxville.

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As part of the expansion, Kelvion will create 74 new jobs, for which it is currently hiring, and invest $3.8 million in Knox County. Kelvion will expand at the Forks of the River Valley Industrial Park in Knoxville, where the company established operations three years ago.

This expansion will increase Kelvion’s production of innovative heat exchangers, which can be offered as configurable or customized, for the Refrigeration and Data Center Industries.

The goals of Kelvion’s expansion in the U.S. and globally are to improve its customers’ experience, harmonize product technology, expand production capabilities and reduce costs.


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