The Italian company’s $115 million investment enlarged a factory where brakes, discs, calipers and corner modules are produced, about 35 miles southeast of Battle Creek.
An international automotive company has chosen two Michigan facilities as sites for research and development as well as manufacturing.
“Detroit’s already helped lead the American comeback in manufacturing,” the President said.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report for September shows continued steady jobs growth in the U.S. auto sector. According to an analysis of BLS data by DrivingGrowth.org, a Web site tracking the revitalization of the U.S auto industry, September data show over 1.8 million workers in all sectors of the U.S. auto industry, including car and truck manufacturing, auto parts manufacturing, and auto dealerships.