Foodservice equipment manufacturer expands Kentucky facility with $1.2 million investment

Sept. 25, 2023
The expansion includes a SafanDarley Robotic Press Brake, ScienceScope Smart Racking System, Komax Wiring System, Stud Welding System and bathroom facility renovations.

Winston Industries has announced plans to expand its facility in Jefferson County, Kentucky. The company, which manufactures foodservice equipment, will invest $1.2 million into the project. The expansion includes a SafanDarley Robotic Press Brake, ScienceScope Smart Racking System, Komax Wiring System, Stud Welding System and bathroom facility renovations.

In a recent quote, Shaun Tanner, CEO of Winston Industries, said, “The Kentucky Reinvestment Act program allows our planned investments to go directly toward supporting our strategy of allowing our customers, employees and company to grow together. We are continuing to plan for the ever-changing manufacturing environment, which requires continual reinvestments. These investments will help us plan for growth while ensuring that we are able to maintain our employee-centric culture as an organization.”



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