U.S. Manufacturing Jobs to Come From $1 Billion Investment in High-Tech PlantsJanuary 25, 2012 by William Frierson
Millions of Americans go online to look for a new job. Now GE is using the same technology that forms the backbone of the Internet to open new U.S. manufacturing jobs.
That technology is a massive new data center, which opened at GE’s Appliance Park in Louisville, Kentucky, last year. The data center provides GE plants with tremendous computing power that allows them to implement new information systems, boost efficiency and productivity, cut down costs, and make American manufacturing competitive. The data center, which is operated by GE’s Appliances & Lighting division, is part of a $1 billion drive to bring new appliance lines to the U.S. and open 1,300 new jobs at GE plants in Louisville, Bloomington, Indiana, and Decatur, Alabama.
To learn more about the new data center as well as the $1 billion drive to bring new appliance lines to the U.S. and open 1,300 new jobs at GE plants, check out the most recent post at GE Reports: http://www.gereports.com/ge-
invests-1-billion-in-high- tech-plants-to-open-u-s- manufacturing-jobs/
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