Governor Lee and Commissioner Rolf announce that Caesars Aluminum will move its corporate headquarters to Williamson County

Nashville, Tennessee — Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolf, and Caesars Aluminum officials announced today that the company will move its headquarters from Foothill Ranch, California to Franklin, Tennessee.
Caesars Aluminum is a US$1.8 billion listed company (NASDAQ: KALU), a leading manufacturer of semi-finished special aluminum products, providing highly engineered aerospace and high-strength solutions to customers around the world. Packaging, general engineering, custom automotive and other industrial applications. As part of the relocation, the company will invest approximately US$3 million and create 80 jobs, transfer and expand the company’s functions to a new office space at 1550 W. McEwen Drive in Franklin.
Kaiser Aluminium has approximately 3,700 employees and 14 production facilities in North America. Engineers, metallurgists and technicians work together to produce complex flat rolling (plate, sheet and coil), extrusion (bar, bar, hollow and profile), drawing (bar, bar, tube, Pipes and wires) and some cast aluminum products. In addition, the company also has a dedicated R&D center of excellence that focuses on product performance, enhancement and process elimination.
In the past five years, TNECD has supported nearly 30 economic development projects in Williamson County, generating more than 4,000 employment commitments and $382 million in capital investment.
“Companies all over the world have seen the benefits of doing business in Tennessee, and we are proud to welcome Caesar Aluminum to the growing number of companies that are moving from California to Tennessee. Kaiser will become the ultimate in the economic landscape of Williamson County. A good addition, I thank the company for this new investment and job creation in Tennessee.”-Governor Bill Lee
“When a company chooses to relocate its headquarters and C-level executives to Tennessee, it fully demonstrates our state’s pro-business environment and highly skilled workforce. We thank Caesar Aluminum for moving its global corporate headquarters from California to Franklin. This will support its manufacturing operations in North America, including its factory in Jackson, Tennessee.” – TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe
“Through our Tennalum factory in Jackson and recently a new sales office in Knoxville, Caesars Aluminum has been a long-term employer in Tennessee. As we move our corporate headquarters and transition to Franklin, we look forward to expanding our presence in Tennessee State business. Williamson County provides a company-friendly business environment and a high-quality workforce that fits Caesars Aluminum’s corporate values ​​as the preferred employer and ideal workplace. We thank the economic and community development team for their commitment and support.” – Keith A. Harvey, President and CEO of Kaiser Aluminum

“TVA and Central Tennessee Electric congratulate Caesars Aluminum on its decision to start business in Franklin, Tennessee. Helping to attract and retain high-quality jobs and investment is the foundation of TVA’s service mission. We are proud to work with Williamson and Tennessee’s economic and The Community Development Department collaborates to help advance this mission and celebrate this announcement.”-John Bradley, TVA Senior Vice President of Economic Development
“We are very excited about Caesars Aluminum’s decision to settle here, and thank you for all the work done to ensure these jobs. Williamson County has a favorable economic environment, a highly skilled workforce, unparalleled work ethics, and incredible Quality of life. It is a plus point for any company seeking a quality location. We look forward to greater success for Caesars Aluminum in the future.”-Senate Majority Leader Jack Johnson (R-Franklin)
“Tennessee remains the first choice for companies looking to relocate or build advanced manufacturing facilities. Our talented workforce makes Williamson County a special choice. We are proud to work with the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to continue to make Tennessee has become the best place to live and work in the United States.”-Representative Brandon Ogles (R-Franklin)

About the Tennessee Department of Economics and Community Development The mission of the Tennessee Department of Economics and Community Development is to develop strategies to help Tennessee become the number one location for high-quality jobs in the Southeast. In order to develop and strengthen Tennessee, the department seeks to attract new corporate investment for the state and cooperate with Tennessee companies to promote expansion and economic growth. Find us on the Internet: Follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @tnecd. Like us on Facebook:

Post time: Jul-30-2021