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Aerospace company to expand in Oklahoma

GROVE, Okla. (AP) -- An Australian aerospace company says it will open a facility in Grove, Okla. and hire 20 workers.

Gov. Mary Fallin announced Tuesday that Ferra Engineering would expand in Oklahoma. The governor made the announcement from the Paris Air Show.

Fallin says Oklahoma is a top destination for aerospace companies and she's pleased Ferra Engineering would be adding the Grove location.

Ferra Engineering specializes in the design, manufacturing, assembling and testing of aerospace equipment. The company is a supplier for Boeing Co., Airbus, and Lockheed Martin Corp., among other companies.

Ferra Engineering also produces medical devices for the health care industry.