AUBURN, Ala. — An automotive supply firm is announcing plans to build a second manufacturing plant in Auburn.
Auburn city officials say the plant is expected to create about 50 additional jobs for the eastern Alabama community by 2015.
The city said in a statement that Seohan Auto USA Corp.'s new 110,000-square-foot plant will be in Auburn Technology Park West. It's scheduled to be completed in 2014.
Seohan located in Auburn in 2008 and now employs about 240 people.
The company supplies front axles and rear carrier assemblies to several car manufacturers across the U.S.
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