Right to Work Kentucky Continues to Grow Economically

Ball Corporation and DDS Glass Doors are adding new locations in Right to Work Kentucky. Ball Corp. Will be located in Bowling Green, while DDS Glass Doors is relocating to Elkton. Meanwhile, Taica Cubic Printing will be expanding their current location in Clark County. Altogether, these three companies will create 270 new jobs across the state. So this just goes to show how Right to Work states benefit both the business and the employees.

ball corporation

Ball Corporation:

“As we enter the new year, we will continue to focus our economic development efforts on sustained job and wage growth across the commonwealth. […] This announcement of Ball Corp.’s new aluminum can end production facility in Warren County creating nearly 200 high-wage jobs is a major step toward securing a better future for Kentuckians. I want to thank Ball for this commitment to the workforce in and around Warren County[…].”

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DDS Glass Doors

DDS Glass Doors:

“DDS Glass Doors continues to grow rapidly and is exceeding our growth expectations. […] 2021 is already setting up to continue this rapid growth and be another record year for our company. This increased demand brings with it an increased need for production workers. We are excited to be able to offer good-paying jobs and benefits to this area.”

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Taica Cubic Printing

Taica Cubic Printing:

“We hope and expect that this will not be our last expansion in the commonwealth. Kentucky is a great place to live and work. Our goal is for Taica Cubic Printing Kentucky to continue to grow and mature to the level of an excellent company in Kentucky.” […]

“Despite the challenges facing nearly every industry this year, Kentucky’s automotive strength continues to be apparent. […] Companies like Taica Cubic Printing Kentucky have taken these challenges head-on while remaining committed to the future. I’m thrilled Taica’s future includes Kentucky, and I hope to see even bigger things for the company in the years ahead.”

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