Raytheon Missile Systems is investing $3 million to expand its operation in Louisville. The company, which has operated in Louisville since 1996, plans to lease an additional 25,000 s.f. of space at its existing 327,000-s.f. facility to increase its production rate of retrofitting and modifying weapon systems for the U.S. Army and Navy. The expansion will add 30 new full-time jobs to the company’s current 335-member staff.
FetterGroup has added 12 new jobs at its company headquarters in Louisville, where it operates a label division that supplies the paint and coatings industry and a technology division that uses custom software and Web-based tools to create sales and marketing materials, primarily for healthcare clients. The new jobs span both divisions and include managerial positions.
Frontier Airlines has launched new nonstop flight service between Louisville and the Denver International Airport. The flights operate daily utilizing Airbus 319 aircraft.
Norton Cancer Institute is among 14 new sites chosen by the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health, to join a national network of community cancer centers offering expanded research opportunities and state-of-the-art cancer care at healthcare organizations serving largely rural, suburban, small-town and underserved urban populations. Norton Cancer Institute is the first site in Kentucky to be chosen by the National Cancer Institute for its Community Cancer Centers Program and one of only 30 sites in the entire country.