Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Automotive articles below.
Southeast Michigan's first new OEM operation in more than 25 years is part of a $230 million investment in the region. By 2020, additional projects will result in 400 more jobs and another $600 million in investment
The nearly 323,000-square-foot facility in China’s Suzhou Industrial Park will employ approximately 1,000 workers.
Forest River will invest $2.9 million to expand in Butler, IN, creating up to 125 new jobs by 2019.
The Richfield, OH center will provide advanced and innovative technologies for producing cutting-edge tires for the North and South American markets.
The Toyota-owned company will create up to 87 new jobs in Westfield, IN, with help from state tax credits and training grants.
The global automotive supplier will bring 1,000 new jobs to its Blount County, TN manufacturing operation.
Android Industries and its sister company Avancez will expand their operations in Fort Wayne, IN, creating up to 313 new jobs by the end of 2018.
The automotive products and systems company will build a state-of-the-art customer center in Northville Township, MI with help from a Michigan Business Development Program grant.
The automotive parts distributor will bring 190 jobs to its new Plainfield, IN corporate headquarters.
The Japan-based company will invest $8 million in its new operations in Shelbyville, which will house high-tech 3D printing equipment.
ATIO USA will open a new manufacturing facility in Clewiston, FL creating 39 new jobs.
Fukai Toyotetsu Indiana Corporation will double its footprint in Jamestown, IN, creating up to 103 new jobs by 2020.
The automotive mold and casting manufacturer will invest $6.5 million and create 60 new jobs in Manchester, TN.
The Austrian automotive plastics manufacturer is building a new plant in Taylorsville, NC.
The aluminum parts manufacturer will invest more than $51.3 million in Bowling Green, KY.
A new natural gas pipeline, installed with help from state, local and private partners, made the expansion possible.
BeijingWest Industries, Co. Ltd. will invest more than $80 million its first U.S. production facility in Greenfield's Progress Park, creating up to 441 new, high-wage jobs by 2021.
The automotive manufacturer will invest over $4M in a new facility in Fort Wayne with help from tax credits and training grants from the state.
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voestalpine Automotive Body Parts Inc. will invest $50M to expand its existing facility in Cartersville, GA.
A multi-phase, $225-million investment will increase capacity at the company’s Joliette, Quebec plant to produce larger-diameter tires for trucks and SUVs.
The company will invest $70M and create more than 300 jobs at the Toledo site by 2020.
The U.S. auto industry recorded its best year ever in 2015, selling 17.5 million cars and light trucks in the U.S., nearly $570 billion in revenue and a 5.7 percent increase over last year.