Hyundai will invest $290M to upgrade its Montgomery assembly plant; Shinhwa Auto USA will spend $114M to expand its Auburn manufacturing operation.
The German electric vehicle (EV) charging station manufacturer will invest $8 million to open its first U.S. location in Auburn, AL.
The South Korea-based auto parts supplier will create 42 jobs with its second facility in the Auburn Technology Park West.
The aftermarket wheel supplier acquired the assets of an aluminum wheel manufacturing facility in Auburn, AL and plans to open a second U.S. operation there.
Germany-based vehicle technology company Continential will create more than 45 new jobs with an expansion of its ContiTech Vibration Control business unit in DeKalb County, IN.
In response to a contract to supply the federal government with COVID-19 vaccine vials, SiO2 Materials Science will create 220 jobs at its Auburn, AL facility.
The German automotive industry manufacturer will create 25 news jobs at its Auburn, AL operation.
In Auburn, NY, the hot political issue is economic development. Both candidates emphasized job creation with a youthful population base. Lattimore pushed for large-scale manufacturing plants and renewable energy projects to the Auburn area.
Shiloh Industries currently employs more than 2,000 associates across North America, with 86 associates in Auburn and 107 in Pierceton. The company plans to begin hiring for both facilities this year.
Alabama’s automotive manufacturing sector is hitting on all cylinders, as OEM assembly plants and the supplier network that supports them continue to expand. From the July/August 2013 issue.