The facility currently employs about 700 workers.
The investment would roughly double FCA’s hourly workforce in the city.
Investment expected to create 1,100 jobs.
Includes a $837,750 contribution from the Ontario government.
Company will add 70 full-time workers to the 200 already working in the city once the project is completed.
Support from the Southwestern Ontario Development Fund is conditional on adding 55 new jobs.
Project will add up to 1.1 million gigajoules of LNG storage and 34,000 gigajoules of liquefaction capacity per day.
Company will spend $20 million to expand South Carolina plant and create 80 jobs.
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