Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority
Resources to help economic development and site selection professionals connect with new places and locations. The archive for Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority articles.
Hydroponics startup AppHarvest will grow produce above ground with a $50 million investment in a reclaimed mine site in Eastern Kentucky's Pike County.
The uniform and textile services provider is growing with help from state tax incentives and workforce development programs.
A $1.8 million specialized biotech startup and a $10 million expansion of Coldstream Labs’ pharmaceutical plant are the most recent additions to Lexington’s growing biotech cluster.
More Than A Bakery, LLC plans to build a $57.1 million facility in Versailles, KY. The bakery and distribution facility will employ 310 people.
Ford Motor Co. will create 2,000 jobs and invest $1.3 billion at its Kentucky Truck Plant (KTP) in Louisville to produce all-new 2017 F-Series Super Duty trucks.
General Cable Industries Inc. will create more than 54 positions and invest more than $2.5 million in a consolidation and relocation project in Lawrenceburg, KY.
Company plans to build six-story building on Theatre Square and create 500 new jobs. Once it completes a merger with Atlanta-based Gentiva Health Services Inc., Kindred will become one of the largest health care companies in the U.S.
Facility will support the company’s nationwide operations.
Avure to create state-of-the-art high-pressure processing food research lab.
To encourage the investment and job growth in Warren County, the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority preliminarily approved the company for tax incentives up to $500,000 through the Kentucky Business Investment program.
Insurance data processing company serves many Fortune 500 companies.
National lodging services company to expand headquarters, invest $5.5 million in the project and nearly double its workforce in the next four years.
Japanese, European partnership to supply aluminum sheets to automotive manufacturers.
Irish safety gear manufacturer to establish new markets in the United States.
Global auto manufacturer chose central Kentucky due to highly skilled workforce, centralized location.
Company to invest more than $102 million to retrofit, expand its parent company’s former Hopkinsville location; will create up to 283 new jobs.
To encourage the investment and job growth in Owingsville, the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority (KEDFA) preliminarily approved the company for tax incentives up to $3 million through the Kentucky Business Investment program.
Angel’s Share brands to invest $12 million in the Commonwealth; will welcome 40 new jobs.
German automotive supplier to invest more than $29 million in Kentucky; Russell Springs beat 69 other potential locations to win new plant.
Health care management company to invest more than $1.3 million in the Commonwealth.
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