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The Fleming County Chamber of Commerce is frequently the first point of contact for visitors, new residents, and prospective business entrepreneurs seeking information about our area.
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Fleming County covers 351 square miles in the outer Bluegrass
region of northeastern Kentucky. We are located 55 miles northeast
of Lexington, Kentucky; 75 miles southeast of Cincinnati, Ohio;
130 miles east of Louisville, Kentucky; and within a day's drive
of 65% of the U.S. population.
The Flemingsburg-Fleming County Industrial Authority currently has Industrial Park II which is composed of 190 acres of gently rolling land is available for sale and development of industrial facilities.
Major local industries include A. Raymond Tinnerman, makers of automotive and appliance trim; GreenTree Forest Products, specialty pallets and skids, hardwood grade lumber products; Wallingford Pallet, pallets, lumber and sawdust; Appalachian Floor Vents, hardwood floor registers; Hypac Inc., refurbishers of hydraulic equipment; Riverside Plastics, plastic flower pots, boat parts, plastic livestock equipment; Toyo Seat USA, makers of automotive seat tracks, latches and seat frames; and Ridley Block Operations established in 2004 a manufacturer of agricultural feed supplements. The current labor supply is good. Industrial sites are available in the Flemingsburg/Fleming County Industrial Park II.
If your company is looking for low operating costs, low tax rates, reasonable wage scales, a quality labor force - consider us. We have abundant water, low-cost electricity, gas, cooperative governments and a quality environment for you and your employees. We're not big, but we are accessible to most parts of the country. Agriculture is the primary industry in Fleming County. We rank high in the state in dairy, beef, alfalfa and tobacco production. Companies have bragged on our dependable quality workers.
For more information, please contact us.
You can find demographic information about Fleming County on the Think Kentucky page.
For links to a lot of information on starting a business, including information on business plans, marketing plans, finance, and more, you may want to check out this Small Business Resource Guide.