Cross Check Quality Inspection, LLC Breaks Ground on New Bowling Green Facility

Cross Check Quality Inspection enhances their operations in South Central Kentucky by building their own facility.

Published Friday, March 26, 2021 1:30 pm

Bowling Green, KY., March 26, 2021 – Cross Check Quality Inspection, a quality control service solution company, is constructing its new facility in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The company employs approximately 167 people throughout South Central Kentucky and serves the region’s major manufacturers, ensuring that quality concerns are identified and corrected to prevent defective products from reaching customers. With its headquarters in Bowling Green, the company also conveniently offers staffing, warehousing/distribution, and assembly solutions to local manufacturers. 

Cross Check’s current facility located in Bowling Green can accommodate virtually all quality outsourcing needs a manufacturer might encounter. Its new space on Logistics Court is still conveniently located in Bowling Green near the South Central Kentucky Industrial Park and I-65. The new 45,000 SF facility will allow Cross Check to service a larger customer base and meet the growing demand for its services.

CEO Toby McGinnis said, “When quality issues arise in the manufacturing world, not all facilities have the manpower needed in-house to resolve the issues. We offer cost-effective, reliable solutions to address and correct quality concerns, preventing defective or suspect products from reaching customers. Cross Check has dozens of engaged and well-trained Quality Inspectors ready to serve. The companies we work with appreciate our ability to jump in and quickly resolve their problems.”

“Cross Check helps to continue to grow both our manufacturing footprint and their success in Warren County. Constructing their new facility is a big step in investing in the growth of the company and ensuring that customers’ needs are met,” said Warren County Judge-Executive Mike Buchanon. “Cross Check Quality Inspection has been a long-standing member of our business community, and we are excited to see them continue to grow.”

“Cross Check has had an incredible growth trajectory, starting in 2009 and eleven years later employing over 150 people. We are proud to have them as a homegrown company and look forward to supporting their continued success,” said Bowling Green Mayor Todd Alcott.

The total economic impact of Cross Check Quality Inspection will exceed $24M over the next decade. Additionally, the indirect impact of the new facility’s construction will be over $2M just this year. Cross Check employees spend nearly $5M in the community annually which includes investing $927K towards their retirement, spending $732K on groceries, $671K on mortgages, $538K on insurance, $485K on buying vehicles, over $467K at local restaurants, and $437K on clothing. The spending generated by Cross Check’s employees also supports an additional 248 jobs in the community. 

“Cross Check Quality Inspection plays an important role in the region’s manufacturing ecosystem. They support national, regional, and local manufacturing companies, helping to keep their operations running smoothly. Because we are a regional manufacturing hub, it creates opportunities for companies like Cross Check Quality Inspection to grow and expand here in Bowling Green,” said Ron Bunch, President and CEO of the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce.

Year to date, the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce has closed three economic development projects in South Central Kentucky, totaling $312.6M in capital investment and generating 504 new jobs for 2021.




About Cross Check Quality Inspection

Cross Check Quality Inspection delivers resources that manufacturers need to reach the highest standards in product quality. A veteran quality control engineer, Toby McGinnis founded Cross Check Quality Inspection in 2009 to help manufacturers across the Southeast reach the highest standards in quality. They service a full-spectrum of industries; from automotive and manufacturing facilities to food service, and distribution centers. They specialize in the areas of Sorting, Packaging, Rework, Kitting, & Warehousing.

About South Central Kentucky Economic Development 

South Central Kentucky Economic Development is an entity of the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce, a nationally ranked 5-Star Accredited Chamber. Located at the center of a 34-state distribution area in the eastern United States, South Central Kentucky is a prime location for manufacturing and distribution facilities. South Central Kentucky is within a day’s drive of 60% of the nation's population, personal income, and manufacturing business establishments. Bowling Green ranks second in the United States for best manufacturing city. In the past decade, the region has captured over two billion in capital investment, creating thousands of jobs within the region. To learn more please visit