FOSTORIA, Ohio (WTVG) - An international company is making its way to Seneca County. Economic development director Renee Smith confirms Treves won a state tax credit Monday to create 91 new jobs in Fostoria. These new positions are expected to pay an average of $37,362 each year.
Treves is based in Paris, France. The company makes noise-reducing parts for cars. It does business with Fiat-Chrysler, Ford, General Motors and BMW. It will operate out of the building spanning 40,000 square feet at Fostoria Industrial Park. That building was built last year. The plant is expected to open in April, 2018.
The news comes one day after Fram Group Operations announced plans to is shutting down its Autolight Spark Plug Plant on Union Street. The closure will mean 62 Seneca County workers will be out of a job.