WYTHE COUNTY, Va. – New jobs are coming to Wythe County.
On Thursday, Gov. Ralph Northam introduced that STS Group AG, a number one world system provider of inside and exterior components for industrial automobiles, will make investments $39 million to determine its first U.S. manufacturing operation in Wythe County’s Progress Park.
“The presence of STS Group North America in Wythe County will go a great distance towards strengthening Virginia’s rising automotive manufacturing sector,” mentioned Gov. Northam. “That is simply the newest instance of a global firm deciding on our Commonwealth as the best location to do enterprise, because of our aggressive working prices, a world-class workforce, and excellent high quality of life. We thank STS for creating new jobs and investing in Southwest Virginia and stay up for constructing a robust partnership within the years to come back.”
The brand new facility, working as STS Group North America, will provide Volvo Vans in Pulaski County and different truck and automotive services all through Southeastern and Midwest U.S. markets and create 120 new jobs.
STS Group AG, an organization headquartered in Hallbergmoos, Germany, is understood for creating, manufacturing and supplying merchandise and options to vehicle and trucking industries.
“As a number one system provider for plastic and composite parts for the automotive business, we make strategic location choices to raised serve our prospects,” mentioned CEO of STS Group AG Mathieu Purrey. “We just like the pro-business setting we see within the better Wytheville space and we’re assured in our selection. We stay up for contributing to the area’s economic system and to the group’s well-being.”
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