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Comprehensive Logistics plans new facility in Spring Hill; more than 200 jobs to be created


SPRING HILL, Tennessee — State officials say Comprehensive Logistics Co. Inc. plans to build a facility that will house the manufacturing and light assembly of automotive components for the General Motors plant in Spring Hill, about 30 miles south of Nashville.

Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty said Wednesday that Youngstown, Ohio-based Comprehensive Logistics plans to invest $30 million in the new facility, creating more than 200 new jobs in the process.

In addition to providing logistics support, the facility will assemble headliners, tires, wheels and rear suspensions.

The facility is slated to be complete in 2015.

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