LEBANON, Mo. (AP) — Detroit Tool and Metal Products is nearing completion of its first expansion, which is creating 125 jobs.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said in a release that the company, based in Lebanon, is planning a second expansion that will add 75 more jobs.
Detroit Tool and Metal Products' first expansion consolidated a former facility in Iowa with its existing operation in Lebanon. The company's second expansion will involve building a 35,000-square-foot addition.
The state gave the company a $3.1 million economic incentive package. The company makes components for a variety of major industries, including appliance, agriculture and consumer products.