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Industry Spotlight: INFAC North America


January 30, 2019

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Team Taylor County and INFAC North America, a South Korean automotive supplier located in Campbellsville, Kentucky have teamed up to showcase the community’s business advantages to new and expanding businesses. In a newly produced video, INFAC General Manager Brian Bland discusses the company’s decision to locate its North American plant in Taylor County 10 years ago and the many reasons for their success here.



INFAC General Manager Brian Bland discusses the company’s decision to locate its North American plant in Taylor County 10 years ago and the many reasons for their success here

Specializing in automotive control cables and a variety of other automotive parts, INFAC’s Taylor County plant employs more than 80 associates, complementing the company’s approximately 2,700 global associates. Together, they produce and ship products all over the world.

The INFAC name is derived from two words: Infinite Accuracy, a description that matches the precision and high-quality detail that goes into their production processes and finished products.

Bland credits is workforce as its greatest asset, making it possible to live up to their name’s standards.

“One of the ways we achieve infinite accuracy is through our people. The way that they show that to us is through their quality, productivity and performance. One of the things that we’re most proud of is the fact that we’ve gone over 70 months to our customer Kia Motors without a single defect. That’s a testament to not only the work ethic, but the attention to quality and detail that the people in and around Campbellsville have to offer.”

Producing 10,000 to 12,000 products per day, Bland cites its central location within Kentucky and the eastern United States as another factor in INFAC’s success in Taylor County. “With our location, we can supply up and down the east coast and service most of the eastern half of the United States from Kentucky.”

Bland closes the video by inviting all businesses to consider Campbellsville and the region for their economic development needs. Watch the video in its entirety below.