Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear announced Friday that Louisville's Caldwell Tanks is expanding, which will bring fifteen new jobs.  Currently it employs 206 people.  The company makes steel storage tanks. 

The company's investment amounts to $3.9 million.  "Kentucky is proud to be the longstanding home to a company such as Caldwell Tanks, whose products can be found in communities across the nation," said Gov. Beshear in a news release.  "We're pleased to play a vital role in helping to secure the 15 new jobs and $3.9 million investment that Caldwell's expansion represents and will continue to assist the company as they grow in Louisville." 

Caldwell Tanks plans to add 33,000 square-feet to its existing 180,000 square-foot facility. 

"We are looking forward to the upcoming phases of this expansion and are proud to be adding employment in today's economy," said Barry Geswein, chief financial officer of Caldwell Tanks.