MacLean Curtis investing $30M, creating 55 manufacturing jobs in Mooresville
MOORESVILLE, N.C. — MacLean Curtis will invest $30 million in constructing a new plant in Mooresville. The auto component manufacturer will add 55 jobs to its workforce.
MacLean Curtis supplies gear blanks to auto transmission makers and will be the first occupant of the new Mooresville Business Park East. The new 97,000-square-foot plant will be in operation by next summer. It is replacing a smaller nearby plant and will eventually employ 150. MacLean Curtis has operated in Iredell County for 33 years.
According to its website, MacLean Curtis supplies precision machined automotive components for powertrain, safety-critical and other automotive applications. It maintains a commitment to modern manufacturing technology, demonstrates a collective talent for creative problem solving in engineering, incorporates stringent quality assurance measures and subscribes to award winning, customer service philosophies.
Source: Charlotte Business Journal