Right to Work Kentucky Supports Business Expansions

Businesses in Kentucky are constantly growing and expanding as a result of it Right to Work laws. And these three businesses are proof! INOAC, Helpware, and Nemak are all expanding soon. This will also mean new jobs for workers. So this is exciting news for the state!

Read on to learn more about each investment.


INOAC is expanding in Right to Work Springfield, Kentucky with a $23.7 million investment. This will also create 49 new jobs!

“We are experiencing tremendous economic growth throughout the commonwealth. It is great to see INOAC add to that momentum with this expansion of its Springfield facility. […] The addition of nearly 50 well-paying jobs in Washington County is great news for the community and Kentucky’s rapidly growing automotive industry.” […]

“INOAC brings quality and expertise to everything they do, which is why they are a global leader across a variety of fields in manufacturing and innovation. […] We are blessed that they not only call Springfield home, but that they continue to invest and grow in this community.”



Helpware is investing $500,000 in order to create 300 new jobs between two Right to Work Kentucky locations – Mercer and Montgomery counties.

“As we continue to prepare for the future in Kentucky, we will rely more than ever on growth-minded, tech-enabled companies, and Helpware’s rapidly growing presence in our state highlights those efforts. […] This company is making an impact in two Kentucky communities, and I expect we have only seen the start of its growth in our state. Thank you to the leaders at Helpware who are creating hundreds of quality job opportunities for our residents.”



Nemak USA is investing $27 million in order to expand in Right to Work Glasgow, Kentucky. This will create 170 new jobs!

“The growth of our automotive industry during this record-breaking year for economic investment has been remarkable. We are seeing more companies increase their focus on EV-related products. […] Nemak’s expansion will not only add to that growth, but also create a significant number of high-wage jobs for residents in Barren County and the surrounding region. I applaud Nemak’s decision to expand and look forward to many more years of success[…]” 

“On behalf of the Barren County Economic Authority, I extend our congratulations to Nemak and their entire team. […] This expansion will have a significant economic impact on the community bringing important capital investment and high-paying new job opportunities for our residents. We are excited to work with Nemak on this project.”


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