Auria Expanding Operations In Spartanburg County, S.C.: More Than $12.4 Million Investment Will Create 103 New Jobs

COLUMBIA, S.C. — September 28,  2021 —  Auria — a global supplier of automotive flooring, acoustical and fiber-based solutions — today announced plans to invest capital and grow operations in Spartanburg County. The more than $12.4 million investment will create 103 new jobs.

Founded in 2017, Auria provides interior and exterior components and systems designed to reduce cabin noise and improve overall driving comfort and convenience. Products include acoustical insulators and compression-molded flooring products as well as other interior soft trim products, such as package trays, trunk trim and wheel arch liners.

Located at 1 Austrian Way in Spartanburg, Auria’s business expansion will increase the company’s operating capacity to meet growing demand.

The expansion will incrementally take place over the next two years. Individuals interested in joining the Auria team should visit the company’s careers webpage.

“We are proud to be able to grow our busines and build on our future at the Spartanburg plant. We know we can continue to count on Spartanburg’s talented, dedicated workforce to help us deliver best-in-class automotive products to our customers.” -Auria Vice President of Operations Mike Van Booven

“Auria’s decision to expand its footprint in Spartanburg County through a $12.4 million investment and 103 new jobs will deliver a significant economic impact to the entire region. We thank Auria for their commitment to South Carolina and look forward to their future success.” -Gov. Henry McMaster

“This announcement is a terrific win for the Upstate, and today, we congratulate Auria on their expansion in Spartanburg County. This announcement is further proof that South Carolina is an ideal location for businesses to grow and thrive.” -Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III

“Auria’s expansion showcases their success in Spartanburg, and the business-friendly environment found in our county that has attracted investments from all across the globe.” -Spartanburg County Councilman and Chairman of the Economic Development Committee David Britt

Posted October 1, 2021

Source: South Carolina Office of the Governor