Greensburg, Ind. — Japan-based auto parts manufacturer, GECOM has announced plans to expand production in Greensburg. The expansion is expected to create 30 new jobs by 2019. GECOM employs 900 people in Greensburg currently.“With companies like Japan-based GECOM continuing to expand in our state, there’s a reason why Indiana is adding manufacturing jobs at the second-fastest rate in the nation,” said Jim Schellinger, Indiana Secretary of Commerce. “Indiana’s automotive suppliers are operating in the center of a global economy. We have companies choosing to come to Indiana from around the world, locating here because of our state’s business-friendly environment, low taxes and outstanding workforce.”The company will invest $26.2 million to add three production lines. The company makes door locking components.Applications for the new positions can be submitted through Malone Staffing online at malonesolutions.com/locations/staffing-agencies-greensburg-in/.