CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) -- Diesel engine maker Cummins Incorporated says its Cummins Turbo Technologies unit will expand its Charleston County facility, adding 100 new jobs to the area.
A release by the state Department of Commerce Tuesday says the $11 million investment includes the addition of assembly and machining capacity. The company opened the 110,000 plant in July 2006.
Cummins Turbo Technologies president Jim Lyons says the expansion is a reflection of the company's hard work. He says it's part of a continued effort to invest people and equipment in Charleston County facility.
The plant already produces turbochargers for heavy-duty engines. Cummins Turbo Technologies has seven manufacturing locations worldwide.