310 Tempering Invests $6 Million To Establish Custom Glass Production Center In Jeffersontown, Kentucky

A new glass tempering business, 310 Tempering, will invest nearly $6 million to open a production facility at Bluegrass Industrial Park in Jeffersontown, Kentucky.

The startup company initially plans to hire 30 associates.  Within the next five to 10 years, the company expects to hire an additional 120 employees. 310 Tempering will purchase an existing facility in Jeffersontown to house its operations.

Read more at: www.areadevelopment.com/newsItems/8-7-2015/310-tempering-production-facility-jeffersontown-kentucky675478.shtml

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