- SPECIAL REPORTS
URBANDALE, IA—Auto parts supplier Denso has opened a new assembly plant here. The facility makes cooling modules for agricultural and construction equipment.
DETROIT—GM is planning to invest approximately $16 billion in its U.S. factories by 2016. The automaker is planning to unveil about 20 new or revamped vehicles in the United States.
MONTGOMERY, AL—Hyundai plans to add a third shift at its assembly plant here. Hyundai will add 877 positions, bringing the total number of jobs at the plant to more than 3,000.
CELAYA, Mexico—Honda is planning to build a $470 million transmission assembly plant here.
RIVERSIDE, MO—Yanfeng USA Automotive Trim Systems, which supplies parts to General Motors and Chrysler, will build a $45 million assembly plant here. The plant will create 263 new jobs.
LANSING, MI—The Lansing City Council on Monday approved a $4 million tax break for GM to build a $38.6 million logistical center near the automaker’s Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant.
DELHI TOWNSHIP, MI—MPT Lansing LLC, an automotive assembly division of Magna International Inc., plans to expand its operation here with a $7.3 million assembly line that would create 39 jobs.
HOLLAND, MI—LG Chem aims to start production at its automotive lithium-ion battery factory here in the second half of this year.
FLAT ROCK, MI—As production plans gear up, the hiring process has begun for a second shift at Ford’s assembly plant here. The automaker expects to hire 1,400 workers.
GEORGETOWN, KY—Toyota plans to invest $531 million to expand its assembly plant here and add approximately 750 employees.
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