WORKING TOGETHER TO MAKE BIG THINGS HAPPEN.
Chester County is home to a variety of businesses in software, advertising, stamping, automotive, manufacturing, contracting and construction. A strong educational presence supports the growing industrial base, which provides products for internationally recognized brands like Toyota and LG Appliances. Chester County's dedicated workforce, low cost of doing business and access to global markets are just a few of the reasons that many businesses have chosen to locate here. Chester County is proactive in working with Tennessee Valley Authority and Tennessee's Department of Economic and Community Development to provide financial incentives for new business.
ARVIN SANGO, INC.
Arvin Sango, a world leader in manufacturing automotive emission systems, supplies stamped auto body parts and door safety parts for the automotive original equipment market, including recognized brands like Toyota. Arvin Sango came to the area in 2011, drawn to Chester County because of the land availability and other local incentives, and has since expanded operations. The area's proximity to the Southern Automotive Corridor made it easier to ship parts to Toyota's Mississippi location. Arvin Sango is known in the industry for its outstanding quality control and technological advancements.
HENDERSON STAMPING & PRODUCTION, INC.
An international stamping supplier since 1981, Henderson Stamping and Production began in a 4,000-square-foot building and has since grown to a 105,000-square-foot facility. Henderson supplies parts for American appliance and automotive brands, and the company employs tool and die machinists, welders, machine operators and other skilled employees, drawing from Chester County's well trained workforce. Thanks to its success in Chester County, the company is now undergoing a major upgrade to its mechanical and robotic assets.
Offering marketing, advertising and public relations services, Bramblett Group was started by two Chester County transplants, both Freed-Hardeman University alumni. They saw the potential in Chester County and started Bramblett Group in 2006. Pulling employees from the educated workforce, Bramblett Group has worked with several diverse and well-known brands such as the United Way, DeWalt, Delta Machinery, Freed-Hardeman University and the State of Tennessee. Their commitment to the community is manifested in support for the arts and educational programs to further develop a strong workforce.
8TH DAY SOFTWARE
Supporting the belief that small towns have big talent, 8th Day intentionally located in downtown Henderson, where gig fiber and an educated, young workforce helped them keep contracts on shore. In 2017, 8th Day's success led Flint, Michigan–based company Diplomat, a leader in specialty-focused healthcare, to acquire the company. 8th Day Software now provides technology services to EnvoyHealth and its associated pharmaceutical and medical-device manufacturers.