Two companies that held grand openings for their facilities this month continue the trend of economic growth in Kentucky.
Stellar Snacks will create 350 jobs with $137M investment. Plus, MultiTech Industries invests $3.7M in Franklin expansion; Western Kentucky Distilling opens $30M distillery in Ohio County.
Access to world-class and innovative resources for advances in biotech and pharma is crucial to site selection decisions.
Locations that foster logistics success benefit companies seeking to reach customers in record time with quality service.
80 Acres Farms, a vertical farming site, recently opened in Kentucky & will bring 125 jobs and up to $95 million in investment to the state.
Business Facilities Annual State Rankings highlight high-growth sectors, including Aerospace/Defense, Automotive, Life Sciences, Semiconductors, and Film & Television.
Toyota will invest $2.1 billion in a new plant in North Carolina to make batteries for the new SUV, battery production will also begin in 2025.
The logistics industry is a multi-billion dollar sector that connects producers and consumers to deliver the right products at the right time.
The Bluegrass State is building a vast talent pipeline for the industries relocating and expanding to the state.
Lithium-ion battery solutions manufacturer will invest $504 million and create up to 562 jobs at its first polyaramid separator plant in Hopkinsville, KY.
Investments in equipment, facility upgrades, and other improvements at GE’s aerospace and energy businesses will take place across eight states, create 1,700 jobs.
Locations are attracting aerospace & defense companies with highly educated workers, advanced manufacturing capabilities, and supply chain networks.
New facility in Simpson County, KY will support growing demand for electric vehicle (EV) batteries, create 141 full-time jobs.
Logistics technology service company Whitehorse Freight recently cut the ribbon on its new $5.4 million expansion project in Kenton County, creating more than 400 jobs.
Leaps and bounds at life sciences companies have spurred evolution in site selection decisions.
Through ports, rail, roadways, and airports, the ideal location enables companies to transport goods and access supplies quickly.
The Recreation Economy for Rural Communities (RERC) program administered by the U.S. EPA, USDA's Forest Service, the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), and the Northern Border Regional Commission (NBRC) identified 25 communities.
Texas, Michigan, California have each nabbed top industry rankings in Business Facilities' 18th Annual Rankings Report.
Tier-one automotive supplier Summit Polymers will locate its third Kentucky facility in Anderson County, and create 218 new jobs.
Engine, casting investment across Alabama, Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee will further Toyota’s vehicle electrification efforts.