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DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee Opens New Automotive Electronics Plant

Last week DENSO celebrated the grand opening of its fourth manufacturing plant at DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee (DMTN), Japan-based DENSO Corp.’s facility in Maryville, Tenn. DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee, founded in 1988, produces electronic products, instrument clusters, starters and alternators. Production has already begun at the new facility.

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MARYVILLE, Tenn. – Last week DENSO celebrated the grand opening of its fourth manufacturing plant at DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee (DMTN), Japan-based DENSO Corp.’s facility in Maryville, Tenn. DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee, founded in 1988, produces electronic products, instrument clusters, starters and alternators.

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Production has already begun at the new facility. The new plant includes production lines transferred from DMTN’s existing electronic products plant and will focus entirely on body electronics: remote keyless entry, auto air conditioning control units, tire pressure monitoring systems and body control modules.

“As we continue to expand our operations in Maryville, we prioritize our focus on providing quality parts for our customers and strengthening our contributions to the economic well-being of our community,” said DMTN President Atsuhiko “Art” Shimmura. “Today would not have been possible without the cooperation and commitment we have received from business and government leaders, nor would it be possible without the dedication and skill of our associates.”

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DMTN currently employs nearly 3,000 people, and hiring for positions in the new plant will continue through 2010 as production lines are added. DMTN anticipates 500 additional employees by 2010.

For more information about DENSO, go to: www.globaldenso.com.

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