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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...

Hyundai Expands its Product Mix in 2021

In Montgomery, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama (HMMA) has just wrapped up a massive $410 million expansion project in preparation for assembling the 2022 Santa...

Mercedes Makes Progress on Electric Vehicles & Batteries to Power Them

The exterior of the highly anticipated 600,000-square-foot Mercedes-Benz U.S. International Inc. (MBUSI) battery plant in Bibb County has been completed. That sets the stage...

Lynn Lane Works on Workforce in New AAMA Role

In 2019, Deloitte did a comprehensive study of employment in North Alabama, looking at automotive, health care, advanced manufacturing and other sectors. “Based on the...

Alabama’s Resilient Auto Industry is Ready for 2021

Last spring, as the COVID-19 pandemic spread worldwide, automakers in the United States faced disruptions to their supply chain and slumping sales as stay-at-home orders,...

Expansions Continue to Roll

Alabama’s auto sector won the grand prize in 2018, a $1.6 billion greenfield plant that led a year of industry expansion announcements.

Hyundai Sees Opportunity in Collapse of U.S. Sedan Giants

Americans are enamored with the SUV these days. The sedan? Well, it seems U.S. drivers are just not into them the way they use...

New Model, New Record at Honda

Officials at the 4.6 million-square-foot Honda Manufacturing of Alabama plant are looking forward to a successful year after hitting production milestones in 2018.

New Automotive Supplier Makes Big Statement in Tuscaloosa

Located in Tuscaloosa County and spanning 700,000 square feet, the facility is owned by Samvardhana Motherson Peguform, an Indian company with operations in 41 countries. The new outfit is called SMP Automotive Systems Alabama.

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