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KCC Named to Fast 50 by Louisville Business First for 6th Year in a Row!

KCC Companies Makes the FAST 50!

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KCC Companies Working to Ensure Funding for Adult Education

KCC Manufacturing and Team Kentucky are working together to ensure funding through legislation and provide educational, training, and employment opportunities for Kentuckians.

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KCC Companies Makes the FAST 50!



Business First Exclusive: KCC  Companies $200M Expansion Project


"This business is seeking rapid growth and a new location will give it the flexibility to keep expanding."

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Louisville Courier Journal Announces KCC Companies Expansion


"Louisville HVAC manufacturer will hire 400 new workers in $50M investment plan."

- Courier Journal

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OCTOBER 1, 2020

KCC Manufacturing Hosts Manufacturing and Career Day


Students from JCPS high schools and area technical colleges attended the event to learn more about careers in the field, where the demand for qualified workers to grow.

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SEPTEMBER 22, 2020

KCC Companies Has Made Louisville Business First FAST 50 Again!


The FAST 50 is a prestigious award honoring the 50 fastest growing private companies in greater Louisville. Thank you to all our partners and team members for your part in making this award happen!

KCC Companies Makes the FAST 50!


JANUARY 22, 2020

KCC Manufacturing Helps Job Growth in Jeffersontown by Participating in JOBS Growth Incentives 


JEFFERSONTOWN, Ky. — Employment in the City of Jeffersontown is set to grow by 1,074 new jobs through projects approved in 2019 as part of the Jeffersontown Occupation Business Savings (JOBS) Program. READ MORE AT THE LANE REPORT >

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OCTOBER 3, 2019

KCC Manufacturing Hosts Mayor and Local High School Students for Manufacturing Day


KCC Companies (KCC Manufacturing) hosted Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and local high school students for Manufacturing Day on October 3, 2019. Students toured KCC Manufacturing's operations and learned about the advantages of a career in manufacturing.

Mayor Greg Fischer speaks at KCC Manufacturing Day

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JUNE 18, 2019

CFO Tony Balbach Awarded 2019 Best in Finance from Louisville Business First


Congratulations to KCC Companies CFO, Tony Balbach, on being named a recipient of the Business First "Best in Finance" award. The award recognizes financial professionals in the Greater Louisville area for outstanding performance in their roles as corporate financial stewards.

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FEBRUARY 3, 2019

KCC Manufacturing Honored with Butler Lifetime Achievement Award


KCC Companies was awarded the Butler Lifetime Partner Award by Greg Pasley, President of Butler, at the Butler 2019 National Sales Meeting in Marco Island, Florida.


This is the first time Butler has bestowed this award to a recipient. The award celebrates the lasting and successful partnership between KCC Manufacturing and Butler Manufacturing, and recognizes the innovative and visionary leadership demonstrated by KCC Manufacturing.


KCC Companies Founder, Al Fiorini, accepted the award on behalf of KCC Manufacturing. "It is with great honor that we accept this award from one of our most trusted and valued partners," Fiorini said. "This achievement would not be possible without the extraordinary efforts and dedication of our key players, Greg Conrad, David Cotner, Cole Fisher, Ike Sherlock, Bob Potts, and Joel Strieter, as well as the Sales, Engineering, and Production teams at KCC Manufacturing.

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OCTOBER 6, 2017

Manufacturing Class Teaches Immigrants English and Helps them Land a Good-Paying Job

Friday was a proud day at the Kentucky Manufacturing Career Center. 

A dozen immigrants from nine countries graduated from a training program called Manufacturing Training for English Language Learners, or M-TELL. "By 2040, we anticipate that one out of six Louisvillians will have been born in another country," said Bryan Warren, Louisville Metro Government Office of Globalization Director.

"I work in refrigeration tech," Essaid Bennzi said. "I am from Morocco." Bennzi moved to Louisville one year ago. He was part of the previous M-TELL class and landed a job at KCC Manufacturing near Jeffersontown the day after graduation. Read more >


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