Big Wins in the U.S.A.

Canadian manufacturer Dajcor Aluminum plans to add more than 200 jobs, invest $19M in Kentucky

Dajcor Aluminium

Kentucky officials say a Canadian manufacturer plans to create up to 265 full-time jobs with a facility planned in eastern Kentucky.

Gov. Matt Bevin says Dajcor Aluminum plans to invest nearly $19.6 million to locate its first U.S. operation near Hazard. The company manufactures extruded and fabricated aluminum products.

Newsletter sign up

Officials say the company plans to locate in the former American Woodmark facility in Perry County’s Coalfields Industrial Park. Retrofitting and setup will begin immediately and operations are scheduled to begin by the end of 2019.

To encourage the investment, the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority has preliminarily approved the company for up to $4 million in tax incentives through the Kentucky Business Investment program.


Are you enjoying the article? Join our community for even more!


Click Here

Related posts

Ukrainian software provider NIX United opens U.S. HQ in St. Petersburg, Florida

Debora Knight

Fairfax County Economic Development Authority & Virginia Economic Development Partnership: Governor Northam announces the creation of jobs from Israel Aerospace Industries expansion

Debora Knight

Yongsan Automotive USA establishing new facility in Opelika

Camila Coutinho

Leave a Comment