Tubing plant to boost hiring



A 25-year-old local supplier of carbon and stainless steel tubing to automotive parts makers announced its newest expansion project Wednesday morning.

Seymour Tubing has plans to increase its local workforce and invest more than $2 million in its operations here, according to a news release.

The Japanese-based manufacturer of tubing components announced it will spend $2.44 million to purchase new equipment and hire up to 22 new employees in 2015.

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