Right to Work Kentucky Supports Business Growth and Job Creation

Three businesses have recently announced expansions coming soon in the state of Kentucky. Among these are iwis-Daido and Span Tech, as well as GE Appliances. Iwis-Daido is in Murray, Span Tech is in Barren County, and GE Appliances is in Louisville. So this will mean new opportunities all across the state. Altogether, these companies will be investing a total of $95.9 million. In addition, they will also be creating 357 new jobs. So this will be really good for the Kentucky economy.

Read on to find out what people are saying about each company’s investment.

iwis-Daido

iwis-Daido:

“Kentucky is fortunate to have an incredibly diverse manufacturing base, with companies representing 32 nations from around the globe, and that will play a key role in the recovery and growth of our economy in the months and years ahead. […]

“This project brings together two companies that have a long history of success[.] I am proud they selected our state for this new venture. I […] thank both iwis and Daido Corp. for creating quality job opportunities for Kentuckians.”

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Span Tech

Span Tech:

“Span Tech has provided job opportunities for residents in and around Barren County for nearly four decades, and I am glad to see the company continue to grow. […]

“This relocation and expansion will greatly benefit both the company and the community as we continue to move forward together to create a brighter future for Kentuckians.”

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GE Appliances

GE Appliances:

“At GE Appliances, we’re on a mission to become the leading appliance company in the United States, and our $80 million investment to add a new dishwasher line at Appliance Park is our latest leap forward on that journey.” […]

“At a time when our research has shown families are using their dishwashers more than ever, we’re excited to expand our product offerings, and our U.S. manufacturing capabilities to give consumers access to more of the appliances they want and need.”

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