Report: Autos are Indiana’s 2nd-largest manufacturing sector

(Photo supplied/American Honda Motor Co.)

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — A new report says the automotive manufacturing sector is a $15.8 billion industry that employs more than 100,000 people in Indiana.

The Tribune Star reports that the Indiana Economic Development Corp. and the Indiana Automotive Council issued a report saying that automotive manufacturing is the second-largest manufacturing sector in Indiana and automotive jobs have seen a 40 percent increase since 2009.

The council says Indiana is the only U.S. state to have auto assembly plants from Honda, Subaru and Toyota.

Vigo County is a big contributor to the state’s automotive industry with companies such Thyssenkrupp Presta North America. The company opened a steering column assembly plant in 2003 in the Vigo County Industrial Park that employs more than 400 workers.

Chemical products are the leading manufacturing sector in Indiana.

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Corrupt politicians created this! May 8, 2017 at 2:14 pm

Are any of these companies owned by Americans? Do we have GM Plants in Japan that are owned by Americans? Of coarse not? That would be against the law in Japan! “Only in America” can this happen.


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