Hunter Engineering made changes to its St. Louis HQ and distribution center in Mississippi to keep products moving.
The expansion of the Sissonville campus will add 75,000 square feet of space and about 30 new positions.
The $30-million facility will test the application of PPG coatings technologies, materials and systems for EV battery packs.
Opening in Q3 2023, the facility will manufacture injection-molded parts and engineered plastics.
The move reflects FDP’s goal of “rewiring its supply chain for the future.”
It is the first site dedicated to the company’s charging business in the Americas region.
The company is investing in a new battery enclosures facility to support the Ford F-150 Lightning and future OEM programs.
Osram Sylvania says the investment will enhance the company’s production and distribution and bring 75 to 100 new jobs to Hillsborough, NH.
The new facility is designed to empower collaboration for the company’s industrial automation and robotic solutions.
Work has begun on a 40,000-square-foot addition to its existing 27,000-square-foot modification center in Laredo, Texas.
The new factory will also operate as an EV-dedicated plant that consolidates the Nidec Group’s component businesses.
Teijin is expanding capabilities at its Huntington, Indiana, facility, adding a topcoat line and assembly area.