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Mexican Suppliers Stall Mercedes Alabama Restart

The Mercedes-Benz U.S. International plant, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, will be temporarily idled this week, owing to a shortage of parts from Mexican suppliers, the...

New Flyer Inks Workforce Pact

World's largest maker of city buses defines inclusiveness commitment

Canada Losing Auto Suppliers to U.S., Mexico

Canada is losing auto suppliers to the U.S. and Mexico because of lower wages and higher incentives south of the border, as well as...

Robotics Park Retooled for the Future

The Alabama Robotics Technology Park, a key to new industry in the past decade, announced a new era in economic development with the unveiling...

Hyundai in Alabama Adds Santa Cruz Assembly, 200 Jobs

Hyundai Motor Manufacturing of Alabama announced yesterday that it will add a new vehicle to the production lineup at its Montgomery factory, part of...

Emergent Mexico and the Solid (U.S.) South

The U.S. South has developed into a stronghold of automotive manufacturing in the last two decades, but the investment in new assembly plants...

The Governor Has The Floor

Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant is one of the most active leaders in promoting the alliance of the Southern automotive community. Now in his second...

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Ford Resumes Production in the U.S.

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Mexican Suppliers Stall Mercedes Alabama Restart

The Mercedes-Benz U.S. International plant, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, will be temporarily idled this week, owing to a shortage of parts from Mexican suppliers, the...