Michigan Economic Development Corp. officials announce that an Indian company will begin building auto parts in Detroit, and Hyundia will expand its auto testing labs south of Ann Arbor.
Korean automaker Hyundai is spending more than $15 million to epxand its technical center near Ann Arbor with an environmental chamber for extreme temperature testing at its technical center.
General Motors Co. said Monday it would invest $130 million to build an enterprise data center at its Technical Center campus in Warren, adding 25 high-tech jobs and expanding and renovating a former administrative building.
General Motors plans to invest 130 million dollars to consolidate global data operations to the Warren Tech Center.
Toyota announced Sunday that it is launching a new, advanced safety research center that will collaborate with leading North American universities, hospitals, research institutions, federal agencies and other organizations on projects aimed at reducing the number of traffic fatalities and injuries on America’s roads.