Korean Car Part Builder Hiring 200 In Coffee County, Ala.
ELBA, Ala. (AP) — A Korean automotive parts manufacturer says it will operate in Coffee County, bringing 200 new jobs to Elba.
The Dothan Eagle reports that Koo-Ryong Jung, chairman of the company, which has 22 plants in Korea, India, China and Malaysia that employ 44,000 workers, made the announcement on Tuesday.
The acquisition of Toledo Molding and Die resulted in the creation of INZI Controls Alabama Inc. Jung said he was looking forward to becoming a corporate citizen of Elba.
As Toledo Molding and Die, the Elba plant has employed 84 people and manufactures injection and blow molded automotive parts.