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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- A Kentucky company wants to expand its Louisville operations and add 30 jobs.
ConeXus World Global supports and manages network and IT infrastructures. It has offices in Louisville and in Belgium. It wants to add a technical center in Louisville which will handle support and dispatch operations for customers worldwide.
Kentucky Gov. Beshear said in a news release on Tuesday, "The Commonwealth has established a productive partnership with ConeXus, resulting in new jobs, increased investment and a promising future."
"ConeXus has a unique opportunity to provide solutions to the mobile telecommunications industry as it transitions from the high cost and complex tower-based transmission systems to local cell-based transmission infrastructure," said ConeXus President Rick Mills.
The state has approved tax incentives for the company up to $500,000.
"ConeXus has come a long way in the short time it has been in business, and today's announcement is proof that even greater things are ahead," said Rep. Darryl Owens, of Louisville.