Auto parts manufacturer FCC announced Monday that it is expanding its operations in Scotland County and creating 66 jobs over the next three years.
The company plans to invest more than $57 million in its facility in Laurinburg, about 100 miles southwest of Raleigh. FCC employs 140 at the site.
The company will receive a $264,000 grand from the One North Carolina Fund if it meets hiring and investment goals. The average annual payroll for the new jobs is expected be more than $1.8 million, or $27,272 per new employee.
FCC North Carolina's parent company is the Japanese company FCC Co. Ltd., which makes ATV clutches, transmissions and other components.