Mt. Juliet, TN Business is Booming

Live, Work, Shop in Mt. Juliet
Live, Work, Shop in Mt. Juliet

Mt. Juliet, TN businesses, from retail to manufacturing, are growing and bringing new opportunities to the area at an incredible rate. With 1,150 business owners setting up shop in the “City Between the Lakes” and more coming in all the time, the area is loaded with potential for businesses small and large.

Wilson County JEDCB
Relocating or building a business in Mt. Juliet? The Joint Economic and Community Development Board of Wilson County cooperates with the city of Mt. Juliet and various government agencies to assist prospective business owners with economic development issues. It has been described as a “one-stop shop” for businesses to get what they need to locate in the area.
 
Shopping in Providence Marketplace
Retail shopping has been an enormous business sector for the Mt. Juliet area for the past decade, and continues to grow. 
Providence Marketplace is the most notable in the city's shopping realm. The master-planned, 850,000-square-foot complex brings dozens of companies into Mt. Juliet. Major retailers include Kroger, Target, Best Buy, JCPenney, Old Navy and more.
 
The Paddocks counts Lowe’s and Walmart as the main tenants in its 1 million square feet of retail and dining space. New stores are being added to this complex, bringing jobs to the community.
 
Manufacturing and Industrial Companies in Mt. Juliet
Several manufacturing and industrial companies have had success and experienced growth doing business in Mt. Juliet. Among the largest and most notable are JDC Coatings Inc., ESC Lab Sciences, S&S Industries and Campbell Hausfeld.
 
Founded in 1967, JDC Coatings Inc. is a leader in solution adhesives, providing service to clients in the automotive, medical and computer fields, to name just a few.
 
Chemical testing and organic analysis are handled by ESC Lab Sciences on Lebanon Road. This company conducts testing for clients from around the nation at its 80,000-square-foot facility.
 
S&S Industries has also been in Mt. Juliet for several decades, providing die-cut gasket parts for the appliance industry as well as metal building insulation and other services.
 
Campbell Hausfeld, a leader in the manufacture of air compressors, air tools, sprayers and more, also does business in Mt. Juliet.
 
Highways, Airports and Rail
With Nashville International Airport and the Music City Star railroad connecting Mt. Juliet to Nashville, getting somewhere is a snap. The Nashville International Airport gives people easy access to Music City by way of Interstate 40 and U.S. Route 70.
 
The Music City Star railroad shuttles passengers between Mt. Juliet and Nashville, with multiple stops in between.

 

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