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RUSSELL SPRINGS, KY—Dr. Schneider Automotive Systems Inc. has officially opened its new, $29 million assembly plant here, which will make parts for Ford, BMW, Mercedes, Audi and other OEMs.
LOUISVILLE, KY—Ford will invest $80 million in its assembly plant here to meet increasing demand for its F-Series Super Duty trucks.
GEORGETOWN, KY—Construction has begun on a new assembly line here for the first U.S.-produced Lexus. Toyota is investing $360 million in the line, which is expected to create 750 new jobs.
FRANKLIN, KY—Systems integrator Industrial Automation will invest $1.8 million to relocate to a larger manufacturing location here, creating 26 jobs.
LOUISVILLE, KY—Incentives offered by Kentucky enabled Ford and Toyota to make major investments in their assembly plants.
LOUISVILLE, KY—More than 5,000 people have applied this month for what turned out to be just 50 factory jobs, some of them temporary, at Ford Motor Co.’s assembly plant here.
RUSSELL SPRINGS, KY—Dr. Schneider Automotive Systems Inc. plans to build a $29 million assembly plant here, creating 155 jobs.
FULTON, KY—Kayser Automotive Systems will spend $17.5 million to build an assembly plant here. Expected to employ 121 people, the facility will produce parts for engines and fuel tanks.
WINCHESTER, KY—J&T Munitions has begun construction of a $3.6 million expansion project at its assembly plant here. The company also plans to add 15 full-time jobs.
ERLANGER, KY—Jacobs Automation, which makes modular assembly conveyors based on linear motors, is slated to create 26 jobs and invest more than $1.7 million to build a new facility here.