GREENSBURG, Ind. - Automotive supplier Valeo has announced an expansion will bring a nearly $28-million investment and more than 250 new jobs to Greensburg, Ind.
Valeo said by the end of 2015, the $27.8-million investment in new machinery is expected to create roughly 257 jobs.
Greensburg's current Valeo facility has been part of the community since 1989. Right now, it employs nearly 675 people.
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