New Jobs Coming To Goldsboro

A Goldsboro company says it plans to add 137 new jobs after it expands its body and chassis facility.

Governor Beverly Perdue announced this morning that Cooper Standard, a leading supplier and components for the auto industry, will invest nearly $18 million in the plant by the end of next year.

Cooper has been in Goldsboro since 1984 and added a second plant in 1997. The company already has 373 full-time workers in Wayne County. The expansion was made possible by a grant from the One North Carolina fund.

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  • by Anonymous on Sep 26, 2011 at 05:37 PM
    Folks complain about people on welfare... Yet we hand out this kind of money all the time to corporations and receive dubious benefit back. $18 million to create a bunch of $14/hour jobs? Just paying that money directly to salary should create over 600 jobs, not 137! As a small business owner, I get my pockets looted every time I turn around, and idiots in Raleigh keeping giving away bushels of cash for low skill job "creation".
  • by Anonymous on Sep 26, 2011 at 04:45 PM
    Wondering@3:31PM,Well it is(a little) better than $500 plus million(solyndra)that laid off people and they plead the fifth to keep from answering where the money is.
  • by Wondering on Sep 26, 2011 at 12:31 PM
    WITN are you saying that we the taxpayers granted $18 million to this company to create 137 jobs?

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