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November 8, 2012

CCI Industrial Services to expand Somerset operation


Somerset —

“The expansion of CCI Industrial Services is good news for Somerset and Pulaski County,” said Rep. Tommy Turner, of Somerset. “This announcement means more jobs and a boost to our local economy.”
“I praise CCI Industrial Services’ decision to expand, invest and create new jobs for our community,” said Somerset Mayor Eddie Girdler. “CCI Industrial Services is Gov. Beshear’s second announcement for an expansion in Somerset recently. I thank CCI Industrial Services for showing confidence in Somerset and Pulaski County.”
“Although many people have not yet heard of CCI Industrial Services, in the past year the company has become an important part of Pulaski County industry, as the 37 current employees will attest,” said Pulaski County Judge-Executive Barty Bullock. “The fact that in one year they have been successful enough to begin a $1.2 million expansion project, which will employ an additional 10 people, proves once again that Pulaski County has both the infrastructure and the workforce to support business and industry.”
“We’re excited to partner with CCI Industrial Services to help grow new jobs and see the benefit of this investment in the community,” said Gov. Beshear. “CCI Industrial Services is growing quickly and showing tremendous potential for Somerset and the Commonwealth.”

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