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MacLean Curtis selects Mooresville, NC to build newest manufacturing facility

Mooresville, NC – MacLean Curtis, a division of MacLean Fogg Component Solutions, plans to build a new facility in Mooresville, NC, Iredell County. The project will consist of purchasing 24 acres of property and building a new 97,000 SF manufacturing facility.

MacLean Curtis plans to build a facility in Mooresville’s newest business park, Mooresville Business Park East on Manufacturers Blvd. Once the facility is complete the total investment is expected to be $30,000,000 and employ up to 150 full-time jobs.

The current facility located in Cornelius, NC, will remain operational until construction of the Mooresville facility is completed.

This project is made possible through the help and assistance of multiple entities, including both the staff and elected leadership of the Town of Mooresville and Iredell County, South Iredell Community Development Corporation, Economic Development Partnership of NC, NC Department of Transportation, Duke Energy, NC House and Senate legislative bodies.

MacLean Curtis is a leading manufacturer of precision-machined automotive components for powertrain, safety-critical and other automotive applications. MacLean Curtis maintains a commitment to modern manufacturing technology, demonstrates a collective talent for creative problem solving in engineering, incorporates stringent quality assurance measures and subscribes to award winning, and customer service philosophies.

In August 2015, the Iredell County Board of Commissioners and Town of Mooresville Commissioners approved an Industrial Incentive Grant for MacLean Curtis in open session in the name of Project Forsyth.

“The growth of MacLean Curtis is an exciting story for MacLean-Fogg. The demand from our customers for the high value, precision-machined automotive transmission and safety components that MacLean Curtis manufactures has been tremendous. Due to this customer demand, we had outgrown our existing manufacturing footprint. We’re looking forward to our Cornelius team continuing to grow and thrive in our new Mooresville operation” said Duncan MacLean, President MacLean-Fogg.

“The MSIEDC began the site selection process over a year ago with MacLean Curtis to determine the best location. We are honored that they have selected our newest industrial park, Mooresville Business Park East as their new location,” said Robert Carney Executive Director, Mooresville South Iredell Economic Development Corporation.

“The Town is thrilled to see the land selling in this new business park. We are glad the MSIEDC has remained strong in their mission by recruiting companies that bring high investment and offer good paying jobs to the citizens of Mooresville and Iredell County,” said Major Miles Atkins. “Projects like MacLean Curtis sustain our tax base to the benefit of our citizens.”


About MacLean- Fogg

MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions (www.macleanfoggcs.com), a division of the MacLean-Fogg Company, is a leading supplier of fasteners, engineered components engineered plastics and linkage and suspension products serving many diverse industries. MacLean-Fogg Company is a worldwide enterprise with 35 global manufacturing facilities, annual sales of $1 billion, and a worldwide workforce of more than 3,500 people. MacLean-Fogg Company (www.macleanfogg.com) provides engineered metal and plastic components to the industrial, automotive, military and aerospace markets, and unique devices used in the transmission and distribution of electrical power.


Mooresville-South Iredell Economic Development Corporation is a private, 501c(3) non-profit corporation charged with facilitating industrial and office development in Mooresville-South Iredell. MSIEDC fosters economic development opportunities and strives to enhance the over all non-residential tax base and create jobs in order to improve the quality of life for the community’s residents through new business recruitment and retention expansion of our existing industry. For more information visit www.edcmooresville.org

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