Western Kentucky is one of several areas that could see its workforce grow over the next few months. According to WPSD-TV, Kemmerich USA, a company that creates welded components that are used by several automotive manufacturers, is establishing a new facility in Calloway County, Kentucky. Kemmerich USA officials noted that they plan to invest $12.2 million in the new plant.
“The good news keeps coming here in [Kentucky], with yet another new company choosing to locate in this community,” Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear told the news outlet.
Additionally, Kemmerich USA administrators stated that they will increase their hiring for the Kentucky facility. The plant will bring many new full-time jobs to the area, and Kemmerich USA’s investment could help spark the local economy.
Meanwhile, the Battle Creek Enquirer reports that auto-parts supplier Denso will expand its North American operations as it looks to boost its profits and keep up with increased demands from customers. The company is investing $750 million in its North American projects and will create thousands of new positions at its Michigan facility. In fact, Denso’s recent investment may lead the business to provide quality supplies for drivers worldwide, which could allow the company to further increase its workforce.
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