Kruger Packaging is investing $114.1 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Hardin County, Kentucky. This new place will soon serve as their manufacturing facility. They also plan to create 150 new jobs here. So this is good news!
From Area Development Magazine:
“Kentucky’s pro-business climate was instrumental in our decision to invest in Hardin County. We are grateful for the support […] to make today’s announcement a reality.” […]
“This is a significant project for Elizabethtown and the commonwealth, and furthers the mission of the Kentucky agritech initiative to build a better future with higher paying jobs for Kentuckians. […] Kruger Packaging is creating nearly 150 quality job opportunities for our residents. I want to thank the company for this commitment to our state. Kruger Packaging will be a strong employer in Central Kentucky for years to come, and I look forward to watching the company grow and help build a better future for Kentuckians.” […]
“At the Elizabethtown-Hardin County Industrial Foundation, we continue to focus our economic development efforts on jobs and wage growth. […] The announcement of Kruger Packaging’s new facility in Elizabethtown is a major step toward that goal and will have an enormous impact on our region. I would like to offer Kruger Packaging a warm welcome to our community and thank all of our economic development partners for making this exciting announcement possible.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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