20 new jobs coming to Winchester right after Taica Cubic Printing expands facility

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WYMT) – Taica Cubic Printing Kentucky LLC will undergo a $4.4 million enlargement to its Clark County Facility.

The expansion prepare will acquire position in two phases, and incorporate on 25,000-square-ft supplying space to include five far more injection molding equipment to the facility.

“The accomplishment we have attained is thanks to the excellent contribution of our Kentucky crew associates. The support that Gov. Beshear, the KEDFA board, Clark County and the City of Winchester have provided presents us assurance to go forward with our 2nd expenditure on the exact website,” claimed Yasuhiro Kanai, president of Taica Cubic Printing Kentucky. “We hope and assume that this will not be our very last growth in the commonwealth. Kentucky is a excellent put to reside and do the job. Our objective is for Taica Cubic Printing Kentucky to proceed to improve and mature to the level of an great enterprise in Kentucky.”

The latest facility was introduced to Winchester in 2013 and has develop into engrained in the group due to the fact finding there.

“For the earlier seven yrs Taica has been a powerful company community partner,” claimed Winchester Mayor Ed Burtner. “We are delighted that throughout these striving situations Taica has decided on to make this $4.4 million financial investment when including 20 work opportunities to our workforce. This determination is the final result of a valued partnership among Taica, the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Winchester and Clark County.”

The expansion is expected to convey 20 new task openings to the firm. At this time, the corporation has 44 staff members, with their ordinary fork out remaining close to $26 for each hour.

Clark County Choose-Executive Chris Tempo believes the expansion will build advancement for the local company sector as a complete.

“We are psyched to see accelerated expansion in Clark County and glance forward to partnering with Taica and other providers who bring very well-shelling out employment to our community,” Judge-Govt Speed reported. “Today’s announcement is the latest advancement in our prepare for long-time period business enterprise development and is reflective of the excellent company local climate and high-quality workforce we have to provide in Clark County.”

Governor Andy Beshear also believes this will be fantastic for Kentucky, and congratulated the corporation.

“Despite the challenges struggling with nearly each individual business this 12 months, Kentucky’s automotive strength carries on to be evident,” Gov. Andy Beshear said. “Companies like Taica Cubic Printing Kentucky have taken these issues head-on when remaining fully commited to the long term. I’m thrilled Taica’s foreseeable future includes Kentucky, and I hope to see even even larger issues for the business in the several years in advance.”

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