- Associated Press - Friday, October 28, 2016

GROVE, Okla. (AP) - An aerospace manufacturing company is expanding its operation in Grove, potentially bringing 60 new jobs to the area.

The Grove Sun Daily (https://bit.ly/2e5nUIN ) reports that Missouri-based Orizon Aerostructures signed a development agreement with Grove city officials Wednesday. Formally known as Precision Aero Group, Orizon employs 149 people at its Grove plant.

The $45 million investment will expand the existing 140,000 square-foot building by an additional 80,000 square-feet. The company also plans to install six Ecospeed machines used to manufacture parts for the F-35 jet.

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Information from: The Grove Sun Daily, https://www.grovesun.com


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