Right to Work Kentucky Welcomes Businesses to the State

Companies tend to choose Right to Work states over Forced Unionism states because they allow the company to grow more effectively. And the same is true for Kentucky. The latest companies adding new locations soon in Right to Work Kentucky include A2A Pharmaceutical Network, Flottweg, and ElectraMet.

Read on in order to learn more!

A2A Pharmaceutical Network:

A2A Pharmaceutical Network is investing $1.7 million toward new headquarters in Right to Work Scottsville, Kentucky, creating 27 new jobs.

“It’s been said that the journey of 1,000 miles begins with one step, and we hope to take that next step as we move forward in locating the A2A Pharmaceutical Network and their job opportunities in Scottsville. […] We wish to thank Team Kentucky, the Cabinet for Economic Development, Corky Peek, Johnny Hobdy, IDA director and board of Allen County, and the elected officials of Allen County for their assistance in making this happen.” […]

“Kentucky is the ideal location for companies looking to expand their operations to reach their customers more efficiently. […] Our economic momentum is showing no signs of slowing down, and that is a testament to our location, resources and workforce. The A2A Pharmaceutical Network is a quality organization bringing its primary business operations to the commonwealth, and I look forward to supporting their continued success.”



Flottweg is investing $1.75 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Boone County, Kentucky and create 12 new jobs.

“It’s great to see job creation continue throughout the commonwealth, and it is even better when those jobs include high wages as is the case with this expansion in Boone County. […] Flottweg has established a strong presence in Northern Kentucky over the past 15-plus years, and this investment shows the commitment of the company’s leadership to future growth in our state.” […]

“The Cincinnati region has a strong legacy of machine tooling and also a bright future with companies like Flottweg investing in new equipment and talent. […] Our Target Industry Analysis reveals that employment in advanced manufacturing is projected to grow 9% from 2020-2025, and this expansion by Flottweg will contribute to that growth.”



ElectraMet is investing $6 million in order to relocate and expand in Right to Work Lexington, Kentucky.

“ElectraMet shows the power of taking an idea and turning it into a reality that is making a positive impact on our state and local communities. […] As a previous SBIR/STTR Matching Funds awardee, this company’s success is a testament to how Kentucky’s resources for supporting technology development in the state can be used.” […]

“ElectraMet is a perfect example of how the local research community can nurture entrepreneurs and help develop great ideas into successful start-ups through innovative solutions that improve something specific for business and industry. […] Congratulations to Drs. Lippert and Landon on this expansion. Thank you to those at the Center for Applied Energy Research, which supported and encouraged them along the way.”


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