Source: Salisbury Post

The manufacturing firm Continental Structural Plastics plans to bring $45M in investments and over 60  jobs to Rowan County, Governor Cooper announced. The Michigan-based company is a supplier for automotive, heavy truck, HVAC and construction industries, the Salisbury Post reports.

The new facility will add 50,000 square feet and new upgrades to speed up production, according to the paper.

“We’ve been working with them for several months and I think part of it was waiting for the market conditions to be right for them to go ahead with expansion,” said Rod Crider, the president and CEO of the Rowan County Economic Development Commission. “They have been growing.”

“North Carolina is producing jobs and attracting companies who need our resilient, productive workforce,” Governor Cooper said in a press release about the announcement.

“Nothing speaks like experience, and CSP’s decision speaks volumes when it comes to North Carolina’s reputation as a business location,” North Carolina Commerce Secretary Anthony Copeland said in a statement.

Read the full story from the Salisbury Post.