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    Briggs and Stratton, a premier manufacturer of small gasoline engines for outdoor power equipment, has been located in Murray since 1984. The company currently employs roughly 1,000 associates and produces about 3.5 million engines and 8 million carburetors annually. Utilizing participative management and lean manufacturing principals as well as a well trained workforce, the Murray plant has the highest productivity and attendance of any Briggs & Stratton plant in the world.

  • Saputo

    Saputo produces, markets, and distributes a wide array of dairy products of the utmost quality, including cheese, fluid milk, extended shelf-life milk and cream products, cultured products and dairy ingredients. We are one of the top ten dairy processors in the world, the largest in Canada, the third largest in Argentina and among the top three cheese producers in the United States. Our products are sold in more than 40 countries under well-known brand names such as Saputo, Alexis de Portneuf, Armstrong, Baxter, Dairyland, Dragone, DuVillage 1860, Friendship, Frigo Cheese Heads, Great Midwest, King’s Choice, Kingsey, La Paulina, Milk2Go, Neilson, Nutrilait, Ricrem, Salemville, Stella and Treasure Cave.We intend to continue on our path to be bigger, better and stronger. We offer our employees training and invest in their potential to ensure they continue to push the Company forward, while meeting the needs of our markets with great attention and dedication.

  • Sportable Scoreboards

    Sportable Scoreboards Inc., one of America’s largest and most trusted scoreboard manufacturers, has been located in Murray since 1995. Sportable Scoreboards’ proud heritage dates back to 1986. The company currently employs approximately 60 employees and consistently produces rapid double-digit growth. Considered the unprecedented leader in scoreboard technology, Sportable Scoreboards has accumulated a large list of satisfied clients throughout the years, including most of the NFL and many NBA teams as well as major colleges and universities, high schools, park and recreation departments, youth leagues, corporate recreation leagues, military bases, and thousands of other organizations. From humble beginnings to the current multi-million dollar state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Murray, Kentucky, Sportable Scoreboards continues to provide its customers the best value in the scoreboard industry through the implementation of unparalleled technological developments, competitive pricing and excellent service.

  • Pella

    Innovative products from an industry leader Pella Corporation is an innovative leader in creating a better view for homes and businesses by designing, testing, manufacturing and installing quality windows and doors for new construction, remodeling and replacement applications. As a family-owned and professionally managed privately-held company, Pella is known for its 83-year history of innovation, making outstanding products, providing quality service and delivering on customer satisfaction. Headquartered in Pella, Iowa, the company is committed to incorporating new technologies, increasing productivity, and practicing environmental stewardship.

  • Numeritex Displays


    Numeritex Displays designs, manufactures, sells, distributes and services state-of-the-art LED indoor and outdoor reader boards, hotel and gas price changers, time and temperature displays, and LED name badges throughout the US and worldwide. Numeritex Displays is a privately held corporation with ownership having over 100 years of combined expertise in the LED visual communications field in both reader boards and scoreboards. Click to read more!

  • RT Vanderbilt

    R. T. Vanderbilt Company opened its doors for business on 42nd Street in New York City in 1916. It was started by a 31-year-old named Robert Thurlow Vanderbilt who had $1,000 of his own, a $24,000 family loan, and a contract to sell clay for a company in the South. Since the paper industry was a prime market for clay, it was here that Robert Vanderbilt saw his Company begin to grow. His success led him to form R. T. Vanderbilt Company’s first subsidiary, Continental Clay Company (now Dixie Clay Company) in South Carolina. However, while soft clay was geared to the needs of the paper industry, Continental Clay and North American Clay Company (of which Robert was a director) were also mining hard clays more suitable to the rubber industry. Click here to read more!

  • iwis

    Passionate about keeping the world moving

    Wherever man and machine, precision and perfection, expertise and motivation come together, a dynamic is created: we are on a mission is to ensure the reliable, safe and clean transmission of power in engines.

    As an innovative leading supplier to the automotive industry, our high-quality chain drive systems for camshafts, injection pumps, differential shafts, oil pumps and auxiliary units are helping to drive all kinds of engines and vehicles. We are system and development partners for all well-known car manufacturers – our engine system solutions can be found in virtually every vehicle on the world’s roads today.

    We work closely with our customers in dedicated teams to develop ever more powerful and finely detailed solutions to meet every challenge that the growing mobility of our society throws up. Our customers are served by branches all over the world – in Europe, China, India, the USA, Korea and Brazil.

    With an unwavering focus on people and the future, as a traditional family firm we epitomize the principles of “sustainability” and “social commitment”. And accolades such as the TOP JOB certificate or the Bavarian Quality Award are a public recognition of that fact. However, the best proof of our commitment is the satisfaction of our customers every day and the enthusiasm of iwis’s employees.