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Mitsubishi finds temporary office space in Franklin

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Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA) announced Wednesday it has selected a temporary office space for its ongoing corporate relocation to Franklin. 

Managed by Spaces, an entrepreneurial provider of temporary, flexible and collaborative open office workplaces, the Mallory Green facility in Cool Springs will serve as Mitsubishi’s interim U.S. headquarters during the transition from Cypress, California, and until the company’s permanent home in Franklin is ready. 

The new office space, located at 3401 Mallory Lane, Suite 100, in Franklin, will first house members of MMNA’s human resources team, who will lead the charge to recruit for more than 120 open positions across all corporate departments. The flexible arrangement with Spaces allows for a modern, uncluttered working environment that can be tailored and expanded as MMNA’s Tennessee team grows. 

“We’re in the process of completely reinventing Mitsubishi in the U.S., and our relocation to Franklin is a key step toward implementing a bold new approach to every aspect of the business as we build the new Mitsubishi,” said Mark Chaffin, COO at MMNA. “Our new temporary home at Spaces’ Mallory Green location in Cool Springs will ensure that employees relocating from Cypress, as well as those new hires joining us in Franklin, have an inspirational and collaborative environment in which to work.”

MMNA’s footprint in Tennessee is expected to grow progressively throughout the year as additional employees relocate from California and recruiting continues. 

Those interested in local opportunities with Mitsubishi may review open positions and apply online at www.MitsubishiCars.com/careers, follow the company on LinkedIn or email with any questions at MMNACareers@na.mitsubishi-motors.com.

MMNA is conducting an ongoing search for a permanent office space in Franklin with the support of commercial real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle and anticipates moving into its permanent home no later than spring 2020.

For more information on Mitsubishi Motors North America, visit media.mitsubishicars.com.

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