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Electrical and software engineering company Alliant Technologies announces new Glasgow facility

Alliant Technologies LLC, an electrical and software engineering company, will invest nearly $1.19 million in Glasgow to establish a 30-job electrical panel fabrication facility.

“We are growing at an aggressive rate, opening offices in Texas and California,” said Lee Seward, president of Alliant. “We are proud of our roots in Kentucky, where we are headquartered and excited to locate our second panel fabrication facility in Glasgow.”

Alliant’s new operation will locate in 21,000 square feet of an existing facility on Sorensen Drive in Glasgow. The factory will manufacture electrical and control panels to help the company enter new markets and meet increased customer demand. The operation will double the company’s production capacity.

“We are grateful for this new location from Alliant Technologies, a company founded right here in Kentucky 13 years ago,” Gov. Matt Bevin said. “As workforce issues continue to create challenges for companies across the nation, Alliant has been a model for how to succeed in an automated world while simultaneously providing Kentuckians with quality jobs. This new facility will benefit families in Barren County for years to come, and we look forward to following the company’s continued growth.”

Alliant was established in Louisville in 2005 as an electrical and software engineering company with an electrical panel fabrication shop. Increased parcel-handling automation, modernization and growth among Alliant’s customers, including UPS, Amazon and other major logistics companies, helped grow the company from 20 employees to more than 100.

For more information on Alliant Technologies, visit www.alliantechnologies.com.

From Governor’s Office

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