A Chinese automotive glass manufacturer’s $46 million investment in its plant in Ohio will expand the current facility and add 100 jobs , the company said Monday.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine joined company officials and China Consul General Huang Ping in making the announcement at the Fuyao Glass America facility in Moraine.
“This expansion further consolidates Fuyao’s footprint in Ohio and demonstrates confidence in the people who are on the job here,” the governor said.
Fuyao’s project includes investment for research and development and for purchasing equipment to help produce more after-market auto glass, according to the release from the governor’s office. The company also will acquire an additional 161,000 square feet (14,957 square meters) at the Moraine facility.
Fuyao currently has 2,300 employees at the plant in the Dayton suburb of Moraine in southwestern Ohio.
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