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Alabama’s auto industry is still rolling

The state's automakers are thriving in an uncertain world with many getting ready for for electric vehicle production.

Production begins at much-anticipated Mazda Toyota Manufacturing

Mazda Toyota Manufacturing brings a unique automotive partnership to Huntsville — the only plant to produce vehicles from two manufacturers.

Hyundai builds nearly 300,000 vehicles despite chip challenges

The global semiconductor chip shortage caused delays in production, but Hyundai still was able to produce 291,406 vehicles in 2021.

Toyota Alabama is building a legacy in North Alabama

Toyota Alabama builds engines that are shipped to six of its seven Toyota assembly plants across North America

Mazda Toyota attracts new cluster of suppliers

MTM is closely collaborating with several on-site and near-site suppliers for parts and critical services.

Electric vehicles on deck at Mercedes

Mercedes-Benz is expanding to support electric vehicle production at its plant in Tuscaloosa.

TrailSport ushers in Honda’s third decade in Alabama

Honda's Alabama plant kicked off production of the 2022 Passport TrailSport late last year, joining the Pilot TrailSport already being produced in Lincoln.

Southern governors tout auto industry in their states at SAC conference

The Southern Automotive Conference wrapped up in Birmingham today with three governors participating on a panel about the auto industry and Alabama’s Secretary of Commerce Greg Canfield being inducted into the Southern Automotive Manufacturers Alliance Hall of Fame.

RFID Technology Helps Automakers Track Inventory

Rick Head worked in the automotive industry for 40 years before he and his wife, Laura Head, purchased T&W Operations in 2018. The Huntsville-based company had been...

Mazda Toyota Manufacturing Moving Closer to Opening

August 2020 — before ever opening its doors — Mazda Toyota Manufacturing (MTM) announced that it would increase its investment in its North Alabama...

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