Van maker LDV has announced new orders and more investment in its Birmingham-based headquarters.
LDV manufactures vans and mini-buses
Two years ago LDV was on the brink of collapse but was bought out of administration by investors and then sold to Russian firm Gaz last year.
Gaz announced a large order for its new Maxus minibus at the Commercial Vehicle Show at the NEC in Birmingham.
It also revealed a 76% increase in Maxus sales compared to last year and 75 new jobs at its Washwood Heath site.
LDV manufactures vans and minibuses. It was set up in 1993 through a management buyout from truck maker Leyland DAF, which is now defunct.
It produces more than 13,000 vehicles a year at its Washwood Heath factory in Birmingham.
"We have new investment, new vision, new drive and most importantly new orders," said chief executive Steve Young.