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Bledsoe County is home to companies that drive research and development as well as organizations that create fleets for specialized cargo and stand on the forefront of new technologies. With a business-friendly government, Bledsoe County is poised for growth in agricultural sciences, genetics and automotive supply. Bledsoe County's strong business climate is fueled by 100% broadband coverage and an entrepreneurial spirit.
FLX Industries relies on Bledsoe County’s skilled machining and welding labor force to assemble box trucks that transport goods across the country. Building custom and quality vehicles at competitive prices, FLX Industries has been in business for more than 30 years, serving customers throughout the country.
Life Line Foods
Life Line Foods, Bledsoe County’s largest manufacturer, makes liquid minerals, liquid vitamins and liquid speciality nutrient formulas. For more than 45 years, Life Line Foods has developed and distributed effective, high-quality liquid nutrients that are designed to enter the bloodstream quickly. The family-owned, state-of-the-art facility is powered by 128 solar panels—one of the largest electric systems in Tennessee and the first sun power producer in Bledsoe County.
Burns Farms and Hubbard LLC
Burns Farms, the largest Registered Hereford cattle farm in the Southeast, and Hubbard, an international supplier of broiler breeding poultry stock, both chose Bledsoe County because of its natural resources and infrastructure. Specializing in research and development, both companies needed a location with a business-friendly government and high-tech infrastructure that would help them compete on a global scale.