Taica Cubic Printing Expands in Right to Work Kentucky

Taica Cubic Printing is a company based in Japan that makes products for automotive suppliers. Now, they plan to invest $4.4 million in order to expand its facility in Clark County, Kentucky. As a result, they will also create 20 new jobs for the area.

From Area Development Magazine:

“The success we have achieved is thanks to the great contribution of our Kentucky team members. The support that Governor Beshear, the KEDFA board, Clark County and the City of Winchester have provided gives us confidence to move forward with our second investment on the same site. […]

“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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