Bobrick Washroom Equipment, Inc. to Expand Facility in Jackson, TN

March 27, 2019

 Bobrick Washroom Equipment, Inc. today announced the expansion of its manufacturing operations located at 100 Bobrick Drive in Jackson, Tennessee. Bobrick, a mainstay in the Jackson community for more than 30 years and an active member of the Jackson Chamber, will be expanding its existing manufacturing and distribution plant in Jackson by an additional 40,000 square feet while adding 25 new jobs.

“When Bobrick located in Jackson three decades ago, our leadership was committed to the success of the company here,” remarked City of Jackson Mayor, Jerry Gist. “Our partnership remains strong today. We are grateful for the new jobs and investment associated with this expansion, and look forward to many more years of success of Bobrick in the Jackson community.”

After 30 prosperous years of operation in Jackson, Bobrick has outgrown its existing facility. Plant Manager David Martineau explained, “We have seen significant growth in our toilet partition business based on sustained investments in inventory, new equipment and information technology. We now have the scale to make additional capital investments to support our architecturally specified PRIVADA® Cubicles brand and create a domestic manufacturing center for our recently acquired Thrislington Cubicles brand.”

With this current expansion project, the Jackson plant will become Bobrick’s global center of excellence for all toilet partitions and cubicles operations.

For more information on current and future job opportunities, visit www.bobrick.com/careers.

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