October 6, 2008
Kia Supplier Begins Construction of New Plant in Georgia, an Industrial Info News Alert
Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) -- Johnson Controls Incorporated (NYSE:JCI) (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), a major supplier to the automobile industry, has started construction of a $15 million automotive interior components manufacturing plant in West Point, Georgia. Site preparation has been completed and construction will begin next week on a 130,000-square-foot plant, located on 20 acres of land. The plant will produce seat systems and door panels for Kia vehicles manufactured at the new $1.2 billion Kia automotive assembly and manufacturing plant in West Point.
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