GREENFIELD, IN—BeijingWest Industries Co. Ltd., which manufactures automotive brake and suspension systems, will locate its first U.S. assembly plant here, creating up to 441 new jobs by 2021. The company will invest more than $80 million to build and equip the facility.
ANDERSON, IN—Automotive supplier NTK Precision Axle Corp. plans to expand its operations in Indiana by establishing a new axle assembly plant here. The company plans to create nearly 200 jobs over the next five years.
DEARBORN, MI—Ford will invest $1.6 billion to upgrade assembly plants in Indiana and Ohio, as part of its commitment in the 2015 contract talks with UAW to invest $9 billion in its U.S. manufacturing facilities.
GREENSBURG, IN—Honda Manufacturing of Indiana is investing $52 million and creating 100 jobs at its assembly plant here. The jobs and investment will support the production of the Honda CR-V, which the company announced in January would be moved to Indiana from Mexico.
INDIANAPOLIS—Two Indiana assembly plants that make products for the heating, ventilating and air conditioning industry are shifting their manufacturing operations to Mexico, which will cost about 2,100 workers their jobs, company officials announced Wednesday.
BEDFORD, IN—General Motors Co. will invest more than $127 million in its casting operation here and create approximately 127 jobs. GM says the expansion involves production of new aluminum engine blocks and components.
ANDERSON, IN—NTN Driveshaft began construction on a new assembly plant here to make constant velocity joints for the automotive industry. Schedule to open in spring 2017, the factory will ultimately create up to 510 new jobs.