Honda creates 100 jobs in Indiana with Greensburg plant expansion
GREENSBURG, Ind. — Honda Manufacturing of Indiana plans to invest $52 million in its Greensburg facility in order to enhance job training and add production of the Honda CR-V. The company will create up to 100 new jobs by the end of 2016 to support the new line.
“Honda has been a great partner to the state of Indiana from the moment the company announced plans to establish a facility in Greensburg in 2006,” said Gov. Mike Pence. “I have had the pleasure of meeting with the company’s leadership here in the United States and in Japan, and I am proud that they have once again chosen Indiana for growth. The automotive industry in Indiana supports more than 100,000 Hoosier jobs, and that number will continue to grow thanks to the commitment of companies like Honda.”
HMIN will invest approximately $40 million to enhance the manufacturing flexibility and production capabilities of its existing 1.3 million-square-foot plant in order to add production of the Honda CR-V in early 2017 while maintaining production of the Honda Civic Sedan. The CR-V is a perennial favorite of American car buyers and was Honda’s second-highest selling model in the United States in 2015.
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