Hardinsburg, KENTUCKY – According to the state officials, the facility will serve as headquarters for the company’s Field Machining Division, which performs on-site industrial repairs for manufacturers throughout the United States and beyond.
The project comes in response to the company’s Field Machining Division seeing an increased demand for its onsite services.
Atlas’ new, larger facility will assist the company in reaching its potential for field machining services by allowing it to improve the efficiency and flexibility of the group, better attract and retain talent, and provide space for continued growth.
The building project is on track to create 78 additional well-paying jobs over a 15-year period, bringing the eventual total number of employees at the new facility to 100.
Richie Gimmel, president of Atlas Machine and Supply, said the company is excited to build a new facility in Breckinridge County to serve as the headquarters for Atlas’ expanding Field Machining Division.