Community involvement and access to a rich variety of activities and amenities have climbed the list of factors for site decisions.
Two companies that held grand openings for their facilities this month continue the trend of economic growth in Kentucky.
Locations that foster logistics success benefit companies seeking to reach customers in record time with quality service.
The logistics industry is a multi-billion dollar sector that connects producers and consumers to deliver the right products at the right time.
New York City leads the pack in Fintech, San Francisco is the Crypto Market Leader, and Morgantown, WV tops new Metros For Movers list in Business Facilities’ 18th Annual Rankings Report.
New $95 million Quadrant magnet manufacturing facility will create 200 jobs in Louisville, KY, provide rare-earth magnets for electric vehicle motors.
Memphis, TN tops the list of Logistics Leaders, New York City leads the new Fintech ranking in Business Facilities' 2021 Metro Rankings Report.
The bourbon maker will invest $95 million in an expansion of its Louisville, KY distillery and create a nursery on the property for a long-term study of oak tree sustainability.
GE Appliances will expand production at its Appliance Park manufacturing complex in Louisville, KY. The project will create 260 new jobs.
The expansion of the company’s Louisville manufacturing facilities will create 400 new jobs and boost dishwasher and laundry production.
The logistics and distribution industry is poised for a great leap forward as new technology digitally transforms the supply chain from end to end.
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.
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.
Winning the race to fill the high-tech jobs of the 21st century requires an ongoing commitment to match educational programs with future business workforce needs.
TeamHealth—a provider of outsourced physician staffing solutions for hospitals in the United States—is expanding in East Tennessee due to significant growth in its anesthesia service line.
The new facility will increase production to service draft and bottle sales in Louisville and all of Kentucky by 150 percent, as well as improve national and global sales by 250 percent.
In 2013, companies invested $3.3 billion in 281 new projects in Kentucky across a broad spectrum of industries, creating 14,000 jobs.
Japanese, European partnership to supply aluminum sheets to automotive manufacturers.
eBay Enterprise, an eBay Inc. company, plans to expand operations in Louisville, creating more than 150 new, full-time jobs and investing up to $45 million in the Commonwealth.
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