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Infiniti wants to triple its sales in China in five years by ramping up local production of five new nameplates.
Aisin is expanding its Michigan testing grounds for the seventh time, and the results -- benefiting others, too -- could help stir industry growth for the region.
Topre America, a U.S. producer of high-strength steel components, is setting up a foundation built on the former site of an International Harvester plant in Ohio.
Nikola Motor Co. intends to build a 1-million-square-foot assembly plant in Buckeye, Ariz. to manufacture zero-emission hydrogen-electric semitrucks by the end of 2019.
Mitsubishi Electric doesn't know where to build its next plant. The problem? It needs to know the plan for NAFTA.
Landing an auto plant is a colossal economic win for a community — but not quite the win it was a decade ago.
BAIC and Daimler plan to build a factory in China for Mercedes-Benz vehicles to meet growing demand as the German automaker deepens its ties with the country.
When they are no longer needed, the transition from auto plant to a second life can be painful.
Toyota and Mazda's planned north Alabama auto plant will operate as a separate entity, making its own supply chain decisions.
Nissan management says the automaker has run out of the available factory space that has fueled its U.S. sales growth. It's time to build a new assembly plant.
Alabama won the site search for a 4,000-employee Toyota-Mazda auto plant, and Bill Penney Toyota in Huntsville won the lottery.
Lynk & CO, a Chinese luxury startup owned by Geely, already is contemplating a U.S. assembly plant -- and a very different skill set for its suppliers.
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