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Posted: Friday, 14 March 2014 4:10PM

PTC Seamless Gets National Recognition



A Hopkinsville company was honored by a national magazine for its community impact. PTC Seamless was recognized by Trade & Industry Development in its ninth Annual CiCi Awards. The project is among the top 30 economic development projects announced in 2013, and was selected from hundreds submitted across the country. The impact awards program recognizes projects that make a notable impact on communities even though they may not involve large investments. Criteria include new jobs created, current jobs retained, unemployment figures, income level of the region and plant closings.

PTC Seamless Tube Corp. plans to create up to 283 jobs in Hopkinsville, where the company expects to invest more than $102 million to establish a manufacturing operation. PTC’s renewed focus on Hopkinsville represents a shift in the company’s operations from producing more traditional mechanical tubular products toward producing seamless steel tubes for the energy industry. As part of this project, PTC will retrofit and expand a former PTC facility in Christian County.

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