German-based voestalpine Automotive Body Parts Inc. is expanding it's existing facility in Bartow County, which will bring 150 new jobs to the area.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced the news Tuesday, revealing that the automotive company will also be investing $50 million in the local community.
"voestalpine’s decision to expand operations in Bartow County strengthens Georgia’s growing automotive industry and highlights the state’s extensive manufacturing capabilities," he said in a press release. "The business environment in Bartow County and throughout the state will help voestalpine maintain its position as a leader in automotive supply, while bolstering Georgia’s reputation as a top state for business.”
Job openings will range from advanced manufacturing to hot-forming and assembly positions. Additional details were not immediately known.
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