The TPI Corporation, known as Tennessee Plastics when it was founded, began in owner Bob Henry’s garage in Johnson City over sixty years ago. As a family-owned, locally based employer, TPI strives to create long-term relationships with its employees and customers. Whereas some modern manufacturing facilities have their processes clocked down to the second, TPI prefers to concentrate on the quality of parts produced over quantity.
The TPI Corporation is also well known for its charitable endeavors. In addition to being one of the first major donors to the Milligan College engineering program, TPI has earned honors for its environmental and recycling initiatives. TPI is part of Tennessee’s Green Star Program, along with firms like Bridgestone, Delta Faucets, and GM.
The company began by selling to electrical distributors on a regional basis. From there they expanded their footprint, and can now supply all the needs of the electrical industry. TPI sells to small and large organizations, as well as mechanical and electrical. With over half a century under the company’s belt, stability and commitment are at the forefront with TPI.
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