A top Honda supplier plans to build a $21 million central Indiana auto parts plant that's expected to bring about 325 jobs to the city of Anderson.
Greenville Technology Inc. announced Tuesday that it will build a 150,000-square-foot plant on 25 acres at the Flagship Enterprise Park in Anderson. The company is one of Honda's largest suppliers of plastics components in North America.
WRTV-TV reports (http://bit.ly/PSmT0s ) that Greenville Technology hopes to begin production at its new Anderson plant in January 2013. Company officials say the plant is expected to create up to 325 new jobs by 2016.
Last week, Honda Manufacturing of Indiana said it would invest $40 million to boost production capacity at its Greensburg plant, adding about 300 new employees later this year.
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