Creform Corporation building $4 million manufacturing facility, jobs in Georgetown
GEORGETOWN, Ky. — Gov. Matt Bevin applauded Creform Corp., a material-handling systems company, for breaking ground on a $4 million production facility in Georgetown projected to create 10 full-time jobs. Check for Creform Corporation jobs here.
Creform will build a 35,000-square-foot facility in the Lanes Run Business Park in Scott County to produce pipes and joints used to construct racking systems, as well as produce automated guided vehicles used for shuttling materials inside automotive factories. The company currently operates an administrative office in Georgetown.
Creform leaders expect to open the new facility by December and plan to hire an electrical controls engineer, electrical technician and mechanical design engineer among other positions. Creform executives decided to locate in Georgetown thanks to growth in its robotics business, proximity to current and potential customers and Kentucky’s logistical advantages.
READ MORE of this story at Kentucky.gov. Photo courtesy of Creform Corp.