Nissan will begin building the Rogue small SUV in Smyrna this fall.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT) -- Already one of Middle Tennessee’s largest employers, Nissan continues to expand its footprint in the mid-state.
The Franklin based company announced Tuesday that by early next year its North American manufacturing capacity will pass the two million mark.
Production of a new 4-cylinder gasoline engine at the Nissan plant in Decherd, Tennessee is helping push the company past that milestone. The Franklin County plant is set to begin turning out an additional 250,000 engines per year.
The latest edition of the award-winning MTSU Magazine includes a salute to the many professionals and programs at MTSU aimed at helping military veterans make the successful transition from combat to the classroom.
This edition also is making a transition: It’s the first one also to be available via a new Android app, featuring free digital content unavailable in the print version.