Member News: HUSCO Creating 50 New Jobs After Receiving New $113 Million Yearly Contract

NFPA member news is designed to inform members of key industry updates in quick, bite-sized posts that provide only the most important information. This week’s update comes from BizTimes.

After receiving the largest awarded contract in the company’s history, HUSCO announced that it is creating 50 new manufacturing, business, and engineering jobs. Expecting to run for at least eight years, this $113 million a year contract will help develop and produce a new engine management system. HUSCO did not disclose the name of the company but described the unannounced company as a “major global automotive OEM.”

Read the full release here.

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