The auto parts maker will officially start production in July, but they're already hiring to start training early.
"To hire people, to train people, to get the machining and the last setups," Bach said.
He said he's focusing on local suppliers to help get the auto parts plant ready for full operations in July.
"We already have set up with two companies who are supplying us, and even building machines for us. Which helps us a lot," Bach said.
Bachs in-house help is mostly local too. He said it guarantees his employees stay committed.
"People are living here, they are stable, they have their families here, because for us it's important to invest time and training for these people," Bach said.
Right now Iwis is preparing projects for General Motors and Chrysler, but they have plenty of space for future expansion.
Executive Director Murray Calloway Economic Development Mark Manning said working with Iwis is bringing more development opportunities.
"It adds more to the local economy when a company comes in and uses local business services," Manning said
They've already had some interest while visiting Iwis in Germany.
Considering coming to Kentucky, something both Manning and Ulrich agree wouldn't have likely happened without Governor Steve Beshear's recruiting presence overseas.
Bach said they plan to hire 35 people to start before July. He said they plan to hire at least 75 more next year.
For more information on how to apply, visit: www.iwis.com/career or you can apply in person by bringing your resumes to the plant on U.S. 641 North.
100 Television Lane
Paducah, KY 42003