It’s not every day that a cutting-edge company like Braidy Industries chooses Kentucky, and let me tell you, we are excited about it. We supported the project from the beginning—it’s good for Eastern Kentucky and the entire Commonwealth— and we are confident in its future.
Alton Strupp, Louisville Courier Journal
After AK Steel began laying workers off in 2015, many hoped that Trump’s tariffs may help keep the mine open. That didn’t happen.
(Ashland, KY) October 9, 2019 —A report assessing Braidy Industries, Inc.’s (“Braidy”) estimated economic impact on the neighboring states of Ohio and West Virginia was issued today by Dr. James V. Koch, Board of Visitors Professor Emeritus of Economics and President Emeritus of Old Dominion University.