Toyota Boshoku America Chooses Right to Work Kentucky

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Toyota Boshoku America is choosing Right to Work Hopkinsville, Kentucky for it’s new manufacturing center. In order to do this, the company is investing a total of $225 million toward the project. They will also be creating 157 new jobs. So this is excellent news! It’s also a great example of how Right to Work states encourage business and job growth.

From Area Development Magazine:

“Our company’s history in Kentucky started 35 years ago. […] Since that time, we have grown our presence in the state, including bringing our America’s region corporate headquarters to Erlanger 15 years ago. We believe Christian County and the city of Hopkinsville are the ideal location for our next Kentucky site. We appreciate the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Christian County and Hopkinsville for their ongoing support of manufacturing in the state. We are excited to continue strengthening our relationship with the Commonwealth of Kentucky through the launch of this new facility.” […]

“Kentucky’s manufacturing industry has seen incredible growth and momentum recently, and that isn’t stopping anytime soon. […] We continue to see quality companies choose the commonwealth to expand their business and invest in our communities, and that speaks to our resources and talented workforce. Toyota Boshoku has played a major role in our state’s manufacturing sector for years, and I am thrilled to see them add another facility here in Kentucky.” […]

“We are excited Toyoda Boshoku has chosen Hopkinsville’s South Park for their new smart facility investment creating over 157 great jobs and a sizable capital investment.”


To read the previous economic update on Right to Work states, click here.

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