Expansion Of Manufacturing Facility Creates New Jobs

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Updated: 6/06/2012 12:24 pm
Local leaders and company officials of Asahi Bluegrass Forge in Richmond gathered Tuesday for a ribbon-cutting on the company’s new 70,000-square-foot manufacturing facility.

Company officials say the new plant, located at 3007 Bill Robertson Way, represents a $20.3 million investment in the Commonwealth, and creates 50 full time jobs. 

Asahi Bluegrass Forge’s parent company is Asahi Forge Corporation, a Japanese company that specializes in producing such automotive parts as hub units, gears, transmission components, bearings and joints.


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