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ZF Moves North American Headquarters to Detroit Area

ZF, automotive driveline and chassis technology supplier, moved into its new North American headquarters on Jan. 11. Since 1997, the company's headquarters had been located in Florence, Ky., just south of Cincinnati, Ohio. The new facility, located in Northville, Mich., near Detroit, will be known as the ZF Group North American Operations Headquarters and Technical Center. ZF recently expanded the Northville facility to 248,000 square-feet in an effort to house all ZF divisions within Detroit at a single location.

NORTHVILLE, MI — ZF, automotive driveline and chassis technology supplier, moved into its new North American headquarters on Jan. 11. Since 1997, the company’s headquarters had been located in Florence, Ky., just south of Cincinnati, Ohio.

The new facility, located in Northville, Mich., near Detroit, will be known as the ZF Group North American Operations Headquarters and Technical Center. ZF recently expanded the Northville facility to 248,000 square-feet in an effort to house all ZF divisions within Detroit at a single location. The company has been in the Detroit area since 1987, and opened the Technical Center in 2001.

According to Julio Caspari, president, ZF Group North American Operations, moving to the Detroit area will bring ZF closer to many of its customers. “While we had a great relationship with the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area, many of our customers and suppliers are located in the area and we feel it is essential to have a larger presence here,” said Caspari.

ZF will maintain its four manufacturing plants in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region, as well as its information technology department.

For more information about ZF, go to: www.zf.com.

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