Ribbon-Cutting Set For Auto SupplierPosted: Updated:
Officials from a Japanese automotive parts supplier and Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann will cut the ribbon Wednesday on a $56 million production facility in Greenfield. The operation opened in January and is Tsuda Industries Co. Ltd.'s first in North America. November 18, 2014
GREENFIELD, Ind. - Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann will join executives from Tsuda Industries Co., Ltd., a Japanese automotive parts supplier, on Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in Greenfield for a ribbon cutting ceremony for the company's first North American facility.
In 2012, Tsuda Industries Co., Ltd. announced plans to invest $56.2 million to construct and equip a production facility on 20 acres in Mt. Comfort Air Park East, a state certified shovel ready site in Hancock County. Opening its doors last January, the Indiana site will supply Toyota operations across the country, including the automobile manufacturer's Princeton, Ind. and Georgetown, Ky. facilities.
Source: Indiana Economic Development Corp.