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MANTACHIE, MS—Automotive supplier Toyota Boshoku is adding 180 jobs at its assembly plant here. The company is investing $21 million at the plant, which makes seat components and door panels for the Toyota Corolla.
RICHLAND, MS—Siemens Energy Inc. has added 40 jobs after completing a new assembly line for making transformers.
TUNICA, MS—Feuer Powertrain GmbH has begun building a $140 million assembly plant here, with plans to create 300 new jobs.
TUNICA, MS—Feuer Powertrain GmbH has begun constructing a $140 million assembly plant here, with plans to create 300 new jobs. The factory will begin producing automotive crankshafts in late 2014.
CLARKSDALE, MS—A manufacturer of parts for the HVAC industry and energy efficient lighting products, AirGuide, has opened a new $720,000 assembly plant here, employing 40 full-time workers.
CANTON, MS—Nissan will build a 1 million-square-foot campus for its suppliers just north of the its assembly plant here. The facility could create 800 to 1,000 jobs.
CANTON, MS—Nissan will expand its assembly plant here, adding 400 jobs to its current total of about 5,200.
VERONA, MS—Refrigeration equipment manufacturer Tecumseh Products Co. is planning a multimillion dollar project to expand its assembly plant here so that it can reshore production from Brazil and France. The company plans to hire up to 150 employees over the next five years.
NETTLETON, MS—United Furniture Industries is growing the workforce at its assembly plant here by 25 percent. United, which makes sofas, loveseats and other upholstered furniture, already employs some 400 people.
CANTON, MS—Nissan will begin producing the Murano at its assembly plant here by 2014. The automaker has set a goal of manufacturing 85 percent of the vehicles it sells in the United States in North America.