Australian aerospace company bringing jobs to Grove
GROVE, Okla. – Oklahoma will see a few new jobs soon in the town of Grove.
An Australian aerospace company will soon be opening there.
Governor Mary Fallin announced Tuesday that Ferra Engineering plans to expand into a new location.
Company officials said they plan to employ about 20 highly skilled workers at the new site.
Ferra specializes in manufacturing and testing aerospace parts.
They also produce medical devices for the health care industry.
Officials said they chose Oklahoma because of its central location, the low cost of living and friendly business environment.
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