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Anderson wins auto parts plant
2012-07-29 17:40:04

ANDERSON, Ind. — A city that once was a major hub for General Motors factories will soon have a plant that will make auto parts for Japanese auto-giant Honda.

Ohio-based Greenville Technology Inc. will build a 150,000-square-foot facility, to be known as GTI Anderson, at the Flagship Industrial Park.

And it will be a quick turnaround.

Construction will begin next week, and the automotive parts manufacturing facility should be in operation by January. It will open with 100 employees and grow to 325 by 2016, according to officials.

And it could expand even more, Bill LaFramboise, executive vice president of the Greenville facility, told a crowd of about 75 people who attended a Tuesday morning news conference at the Flagship.

GTI will invest $21.4 million to construct and equip the facility on 25 acres on the city’s southwest side.

 


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