Industry News - Automotive Staffing - December 2011

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Automotive staffing to increase in Georgia as industry rebounds across the country
Automotive staffing to increase in Georgia as industry rebounds across the country

Georgia governor Nathan Deal released a statement on December 16 indicating that the U.S. branch of a Seoul, South Korea-based company will open up a manufacturing facility in LaGrange in Troup County, which should create 100 jobs over the next three years.

Auto suppliers experience gains as automotive staffing continues to increase
Auto suppliers experience gains as automotive staffing continues to increase

A new report from Moody's Investors Service found automotive parts suppliers are healthier financially than they were prior to the economic downturn, a positive sign for automotive staffing across the country.

New York to increase automotive staffing as U.S. sales climb
New York to increase automotive staffing as U.S. sales climb

An Ithaca, New York-based startup company will reportedly expand its automotive component production facility after it received $1.25 million in state economic funding, reports the Ithaca Journal.

Automotive staffing will be essential for Michigan employment picture
Automotive staffing will be essential for Michigan employment picture

Michigan - a state where jobs are dominated by automotive staffing - may soon get a shot in the arm from its governor, who recently unveiled a plan to put the state back to work.


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