A defense industry firm is bringing 42 jobs to Salisbury.
Manufacturing Support Industries is expanding its operations in the city over the next three years.
The Salisbury Daily Times reports that the company has made high-precision weaponry parts for the military.
The paper reports this will be the third major manufacturing project for the city over the last six months.
The other companies involved were RDI Wire & Cable and Toriod P&H.
Governor Larry Hogan praised the job growth that has begun to take place in the Crossroads of Delmarva.