With oil prices collapsing, the no. 1 priority in Congress is to build a new oil pipeline.
The training center will develop a pipeline of skilled workers for Nissan’s Tennessee manufacturing operations and critical opportunities for current and prospective employees to learn valuable skills in advanced manufacturing.
Kubota plans to have the facility operational during the third quarter of 2015.
Final decision is expected by April 2015 and subject to this approval, Subaru plans to complete the project by fourth quarter, 2016 or early 2017.
New North American Headquarters for automotive supplier will employ 250, with 100 new jobs.
Michigan-based auto seat mechanism supplier chooses Indiana for new operations.
South Carolina plant extends company leadership in large and ultra-large earthmoving tires for mining and aggregates applications.
Detroit emerges from bankruptcy with its dignity intact.
Honda became the first Japanese automaker to manufacture in Canada when it opened its Alliston assembly plant in 1986. It added a second assembly plant in 1998 and an engine plant in 2008.
The office expansion will include a new facade and office space for engineering and design teams.