Cooper-Standard Adding Jobs In S.C.
SPARTANBURG, S.C. (AP) -- An automotive parts company plans to add 60 jobs at a South Carolina plant.
Cooper-Standard Automotive says it will spend $7 million to expand its Spartanburg County operations.
Cooper-Standard controller Ron Peterson says the expansion will make products primarily for General Motors Corp. pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles.
Company officials say they will begin hiring in October.