J&L Machine and Fabrication expanding, hiring more people

The new jobs created should have a salary around $50,808.

STANLEY, N.C. — Steel fabrication and machining provider J&L Machine and Fabrication announced its plan to expand its footprint in Gaston County, investing over $2.1 million and creating 33 new jobs

“North Carolina’s economic success has benefitted from the strength of our small, independently owned businesses and manufacturing legacy,” North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper. “With a shared passion for training and developing a skilled workforce and providing quality career paths, we are confident that J&L Machine and Fabrication will continue to thrive in Gaston County for years to come.”

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The company is headquartered in Stanley, North Carolina. 

“This expansion aligns with our strategy as a solutions center, allowing us to improve the service level to our global OEM customers with new added capabilities and capacity, and enabling us to create new jobs supporting the Stanley community and the State of North Carolina,” J&L’s Chief Operating Officer Danny Tawil said.

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The new jobs created should have a salary around $50,808. According to the governor’s office, these jobs could impact the region in the neighborhood of $1.6 million.

“North Carolina companies know the benefits of operating in our state better than anyone,” N.C. Commerce Secretary Machelle Baker Sanders said. “As we continue growing our automotive and electric vehicle sectors, companies like J&L Machine and Fabrication can help increase our supply chain by making high-quality parts right here in North Carolina.”

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