The new 12,000 square foot facility will house the company’s North American production and distribution centre. “Northern Kentucky offers a talented and available technology workforce and infrastructure in a central location,” said Jason Looman, CEO, HBC-radiomatic. “In addition, we were able to secure support through the Kentucky Enterprise Initiative Act for construction of the new building.”

HBC-radiomatic will initially employ 15 associates and plans to expand to 30 associates in the next three to five years. Unit Building Services has been chosen to construct the new facility in Hebron, 13 miles southwest of Cincinnati.

HBC-radiomatic has been approved by the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority to receive a Kentucky sales and use tax refund up to $54,050 for eligible construction materials, building fixtures and equipment through the Kentucky Enterprise Initiative Act, which helps to attract expanding technology companies to the Commonwealth.

The company has also recently been approved as a member of the US-based AEM, the Association of Equipment Manufacture.