ENTERPRISE, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley will join state and local leaders at a ground breaking for a new 65,000 square foot manufacturing facility for HS Automotive Alabama in Enterprise.
The ground-breaking ceremony will be for H.S. Alabama's new $12 million manufacturing facility in Enterprise. The expansion is expected to add about 100 new jobs to the facility.
HSAA makes weather stripping tubing and automotive high and low-pressure hoses for Hyundai, Kia and Chrysler. Alabama Lt. Gov. Kay Ivey and House Speaker Mike Hubbard will join Bentley at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Yancey Parker Industrial Park across from the current HSAA Facility at 100 Sonata Drive in Enterprise.
This is the company's second expansion of the facility.
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