Businesses Flocking to Right to Work Kentucky

Businesses are flocking to Right to Work Kentucky as a result of it’s Right to Work laws. Vector Corrosion and Ellie Diagnostics, as well as Eurofins Genomics are all adding new locations within the state. These are only the most recent investments.

Read on in order to learn more about each company’s investment!

Vector Corrosion:

Vector Corrosion Technologies is investing $1 million in order to add a new location and create 20 new jobs in Right to Work Lexington, Kentucky.

“On behalf of the Vector team, we are excited to open our first U.S.-based manufacturing facility in Lexington. […] We look forward to gearing up quickly to bring Kentucky-made corrosion solutions to extend the life of critical infrastructure throughout the country.” […]

“I am glad to see a new company locating in Lexington to create quality job opportunities for the local workforce. […] Vector Corrosion Technologies has a proven track record of success and will be a great addition to the manufacturing sector in Fayette County. The company’s leaders have plans to get this operation up and running quickly, and I look forward to Vector’s growth in Kentucky.” […]

“We are excited to welcome Vector Corrosion Technologies to Central Kentucky. This growing manufacturing operation plans to provide a variety of great jobs for the community. […] This is a key strategic target for our economic development efforts and will further strengthen our competitive advantage in this important economic sector. We want to thank Vector Corrosion Technologies for its investment and confidence in Lexington.”


Ellie Diagnostics:

Ellie Diagnostics is opening a new location soon in Right to Work Louisville, Kentucky. This will create 100 new jobs as a result!

“We are thrilled to expand our operations in the great city of Louisville.” […]

“Companies continue to recognize the many advantages of locating in the commonwealth, including our ideal geographic location, strong logistics and distribution presence, talented workforce and low cost of doing business. […] Congratulations to the Louisville community on landing another great company. I look forward to seeing Ellie Diagnostics grow in our state.” […]

“We are excited to welcome Ellie Diagnostics to a growing list of medical companies that are taking advantage of Louisville’s unique value proposition as an international logistics hub and center for rapid turnaround lab services and bringing high-wage jobs in this growing field to our city.”


Eurofins Genomics:

Eurofins Genomics is adding a new location soon in Right to Work Louisville, Kentucky with a $35.7 million investment.

“I am pleased to see Kentucky companies continue to do their part as we fight the COVID-19 pandemic. […] This investment by Eurofins Genomics will directly boost testing capabilities while also setting the company up for future growth and job creation in our state. I appreciate this commitment by leaders at Eurofins and hope to see the company continue to grow in the years ahead.”


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