Nissan inks deal for Mexico auto assembly
Jul 12, 2013 | 12:43 PM
| Corinna Petry
CHICAGO Automaker Nissan and a Mexican industrial real estate developer have signed an agreement to develop an industrial park at the Japan-based automotive companys new Aguascalientes, Mexico, manufacturing plant.
The site would be close to the assembly plant, allowing the carmaker to link automotive suppliers to production processes. Plans call for the industrial park be developed within Nissans $2 billion manufacturing complex, where Phase 1 of automotive operations are scheduled to open by year end.....
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