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Takata plant in Mexico could be the root cause of airbag issues


The Japanese automotive supplier’s plant located in Ciudad Frontera, Mexico could soon move from the global auto supply chain to the front of an ongoing investigation into airbags that have killed at least five people. Since 2008 millions of cars worldwide from many automakers have been recalled because the airbags are defective and in case of an accident their inflators could ...
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Canada: Unifor says Ford dismissed Ontario investment
According to the union’s president Jerry Dias, the second-largest US automaker decided to discard a proposal to further invest more money into factories in the Windsor, Ontario, region. Instead, the carmaker ...
Toyota still undecided over Mexico factory
The Latin American country seems to have become the place to go for automakers aiming to expand their production capacities in the NAFTA region. The last major carmaker that hasn’t yet ...
US demand brings production constraints at Hyundai
According to the Hyundai US unit boss, Dave Zuchowski, the insatiable customer demand for the South Korean’s crossover models has led to the absolute need to build a new assembly ...
Mexico: Toyota to further increase Tacoma production
The world’s largest automaker, Toyota Motor Corp. has revealed plans to increase production output of the Tacoma mid-size pickup truck at the Japanese carmaker’s only plant in Mexico. Just recently we ...
Report – Toyota rethinking Mexico factory plans
Although we just recently told you that Toyota was searching for a new site to build a compact car assembly facility in the Central American country, a new report already ...
Report – Toyota is mulling a factory location in Mexico
Toyota is scouting Mexico for possible factory sites looking to build an assembly line in the country as it remained the last major automaker without an assembly facility there, two ...
Report – GM plans to build Chevy Equinox in Mexico
Yesterday the No.1 US automaker and the United Auto Workers union proudly announced the production shift of the Cadillac SRX from Mexico to the US. The swing would cater for the ...
Kia officially reveals Mexico plant investment
The South Korean automaker is now exiting an unofficially capped investment period, announcing it’s the latest company to join the Mexico auto plant spree. Kia Motors Corp., a subsidiary of Hyundai ...
GM shifts Cadillac SRX production from Mexico to the US
The central American country seems to gradually become the center of automotive production on the continent, with many automakers adding new locations there. After major announcements from BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Nissan ...

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