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Auto Supplier HTNA Expands Alabama Operations

Hayashi Telempu North America plans to expand its operations in Jasper with a $7 million project, creating 19 jobs. HTNA has been chosen as a...

Honda Hunkers Down Amid Pandemic

Automaker announces six-day shutdown, will keep paying associates

Hyundai Donates STEM Scholarships

Five female students to receive $10,000 each

The State of Alabama’s Auto Industry in 2020

Any route you take leads to the same conclusion: Alabama’s automotive industry has shattered expectations and continues to develop as a vehicle- and engine-production...

Hyundai Goes Truckin’

This year Hyundai will dive into an already crowded U.S. pickup truck market with a new vehicle, the Santa Cruz. The Santa Cruz, which will...

TRATON Proposes Buyout of Navistar

A subsidiary of Volkswagen has made an unsolicited bid to buy out Navistar International Corp., a manufacturer of diesel engines with a major factory...

Mercedes Moves Toward Electric

Greek philosopher Heraclitus once said, “Nothing endures but change.” The German automaker Mercedes-Benz U.S. International (MBUSI) in Tuscaloosa County, and its parent company, Daimler...

Honda Production Tops 5 Million

Honda Manufacturing of Alabama (HMA) finished 2019 on a high note, producing 351,708 minivans, sport utility vehicles, pickup trucks and V-6 engines at its...

Toyota Marks Fifth Expansion

In March of last year, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Alabama Inc. (TMMAL) announced the plant’s fifth expansion, a $288 million investment, adding two new production...

Hyundai Comps Three Years of Maintenance for 2020s

Hyundai Motor America kicked off the month of February by announcing three years of complimentary maintenance with the purchase or lease of its 2020...

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