GOLDSBORO, N.C. (Sept. 26, 11:30 p.m. ET) — Automotive supplier Cooper Standard Holdings Inc. plans to invest $17.9 million in its Goldsboro plants, the company announced Sept. 26.
The project will create 137 jobs, the Novi, Mich.-based company's Goldsboro complex already employs 373.
The facilities extrude, notch and mold automotive weather strip.
“Given our successful history in Goldsboro, we're confident in our decision to expand Cooper Standard's current footprint to meet increasing industry demand for new automotive products and technologies,” said Larry Johnson, vice president, North American operations, in a news release.