Work continues on a $30 million expansion project at the Schaeffler plant in Wooster.  The auto parts maker is in the process of building an 18,000-square-foot manufacturing facility that is scheduled to be operational this fall.  Schaeffler officials say the new facility will be used to build electric and hybrid engine parts, which will help with the company’s goal of having 40 percent of its production be for electric vehicles by the year 2030.  In addition to meeting the growing demand for clean and renewable energy, the expansion will also bring new jobs to the area.