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Focus Printing Solutions Establishes Manufacturing Facility In Franklin, Kentucky

Area Development Online News Desk (06/11/2013)
A company that specializes in standard or custom flexographic labels, die cut blank labels and thermal ribbons, Focus Printing Solutions, established a new manufacturing facility at 209 East Cedar Street in Franklin, Kentucky. The company produces product identification and bar coding for the automotive industry, and labeling and nutrition information for the food industry.

“We are really pleased with our Franklin location,” said Ron Belgon, president of Focus Printing Solutions. “The Commonwealth of Kentucky and the Franklin-Simpson Industrial Authority were very aggressive in getting me to locate my business in the Franklin community. Our location allows us to serve communities throughout south-central Kentucky and northern Tennessee. I appreciate the great business climate that we found in Franklin. The town really wants new industries, and everyone really makes one feel welcomed to the area.”

“Focus Printing Solutions is a welcome addition here in the Commonwealth,” said Gov. Steve Beshear. “This is a day of celebration for the city of Franklin and Simpson County. We wish Focus Printing Solutions continued success as a valuable part of this community.”

“I’m glad to see another service industry locate in this part of Kentucky,” said Franklin Mayor Ronnie Clark. “I am excited to see Focus Printing Solutions open their new plant in Franklin. A label manufacturer will be of great interest to the many industries that are located throughout this area.”

“I’d like to express my extreme pleasure in seeing Focus Printing Solutions locate in Franklin,” said Simpson County Judge-Executive Jim Henderson. “Ron Belgon is a great example of an entrepreneur who has worked hard to develop his own business. We are excited about the jobs he is bringing to Franklin.”

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