Landmark Ceramics UST, Inc. Expands in Maury County, Tennessee

Landmark Ceramics UST, Inc. announces a $71.9 million expansion in Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee.

In a significant development for the Southern Middle Tennessee region, Governor Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Stuart C. McWhorter, and officials from Landmark Ceramics UST, Inc. have announced a substantial expansion of the company’s tile production facilities in Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee. With an investment of $71.9 million, this expansion is set to create 78 new jobs at the company’s North Main Street location.

This initiative will see more than 400,000 square feet added to Landmark Ceramics’ existing operations in Maury County, effectively boosting its installed production capacity to a staggering 80 million square feet annually. Additionally, the expansion includes the establishment of a new logistics hub, which promises to be modern, highly automated, and equipped with cutting-edge technology aimed at improving quality, efficiency, accuracy, and precision in all of Landmark Ceramics’ logistics services.

Landmark Ceramics UST, Inc., a wholly American ceramic tile company and a subsidiary of the Italian-based Gruppo Concorde, has specialized in the production and marketing of high-quality porcelain tiles from its sole location in Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee. This expansion underscores the company’s commitment to growth and excellence in the North American market.

Governor Bill Lee expressed gratitude towards Landmark Ceramics for its dedication to creating greater opportunities within Tennessee and praised the company’s expansion efforts in Maury County. Commissioner McWhorter highlighted the significant growth of Tennessee’s tile sector since 2018, attributing over $350 million in investments to ceramics companies, including Landmark Ceramics.

Landmark Ceramics CEO Filippo Sgarbi shared his excitement about revealing the company’s latest investments, which began in 2022, and credited the continuous support of TNECD for the company’s success in the North American market. Mount Pleasant Mayor Bill White and Maury County Mayor Sheila Butt also expressed their appreciation for Landmark Ceramics’ investment in the community, emphasizing the company’s role in industry diversification and economic growth in the region.

This expansion is supported by a collaboration between the Tennessee Valley Authority, Mt. Pleasant Power System, the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, Middle Tennessee Industrial Development Association, and the Maury Alliance.

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