FRANKFORT, Ky. (July 31, 2015) – A company that found a home in Taylor County seven years ago has found so much success that it is now time to grow. Gov. Steve Beshear today announced INFAC North America is expanding in Campbellsville.

INFAC, a manufacturer of automotive cables, actuators, antennas and horns, will create 20 jobs and invest $1 million into the project.

“I am proud to see that one of Kentucky’s great automotive suppliers has decided to expand in Taylor County,” said Gov. Beshear. “Last year, approximately 20 percent of our announced new investment and new jobs came from motor vehicle-related projects. It’s because of growth from companies like INFAC that we continue to see gains in Kentucky’s automotive industry. I congratulate INFAC for continuing to be a strong corporate partner.”

The company will be expanding to accommodate its Feeder Cable Assembly project, which will be implemented over the coming months. The project will allow for the assembly of feeder cables to be distributed to various manufacturers.

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