New Haven Auto Supply Firm To Expand, Create 200 Jobs

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NEW HAVEN, Mo. (AP) – An eastern Missouri auto supply company is expanding, creating up to 200 new jobs.

Gov. Jay Nixon was in New Haven Tuesday for the announcement by Henniges Automotive, a firm that supplies parts primarily to General Motors and Nissan.

The firm says it will add to its production line in New Haven because of a new contract to supply sealing components to various GM plants. The company currently has 260 workers in New Haven.

The state provided a package of economic incentives for the expansion.

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