General Electric is trying to create a more integrated health system in the company’s main areas of operation. This includes Louisville, where GE expects to add 1,000 employees by 2014. “For us to continue to be competitive as a global company, as an American based company, we need to be able to tackle some of… Continue reading General Electric Expands New Healthcare Program to Louisville
General Electric is trying to reverse decades of outsourcing by doing something it hasn’t done in over 50 years, opening a new manufacturing operation in Louisville. China is where earlier versions of the GeoSpring Water Heater were manufactured. But Louisville’s Appliance Park has since advanced, and will now build the new energy-efficient hybrid GeoSpring. “The… Continue reading General Electric Begins Manufacturing New Hybrid Water Heater in Appliance Park
From the Associated Press General Electric in Louisville will start taking applications for 480 new jobs starting Wednesday. GE spokeswoman Kim Freeman says former employees and those with manufacturing experience will be given first consideration. The company will accept 6,000 applications, and Freeman says anyone who has previously applied for a GE job will need… Continue reading GE To Begin Filling 480 New Jobs
At its Louisville Appliance Park campus, GE will invest $194 million and create 300 jobs to establish a center of excellence for bottom-freezer refrigerators, a new product platform for that facility.
General Electric says 430 new jobs will be created at its Appliance Park operation in Louisville when it adds a new line of energy-efficient washers and dryers. Company officials announced Monday that they plan to invest $80 million in the operation, which will begin turning out front-loading washers in the third quarter of 2012, and… Continue reading GE To Make New "Smart" Washers And Dryers In Louisville
General Electric’s Consumer and Industrial CEO says the company remains dedicated to its Louisville-based appliance and lighting division, a year after announcing a possible spin-off.
General Electric made it official Monday and announced it will, for the first time in decades, make a new product at Louisville’s Appliance Park. GE Consumer and Industrial President Jim Campbell says the expansion will create some 400 jobs in the plant and hundreds more auxillary jobs in the community. “For the first time in… Continue reading GE Announces Appliance Park Expansion
The Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority has approved an incentives package for General Electric to expand operations at Louisville’s Appliance Park. The move could create 420 jobs at the facility. GE says it is considering an expansion of its Louisville operations to include production of energy-efficient appliances, beginning with a hybrid hot water heater. The… Continue reading Incentives Approved For GE Expansion
In exchange for the freeze on 2100 workers’ salaries, GE says it will hire 100 new workers and keep all product manufacturing in Louisville until June 2011, when the workers’ contracts expire.
General Electric is asking union workers at its Appliance Park plant in Louisville to agree to a wage freeze in exchange for job security and other benefits.