Inteva Products Expands Facilities In Adrian And Troy, Michigan

August 2016
Skill Gaps in the Auto Industry;8/30/2016, p1
The article reports on the plans of automotive supplier of engineered components and systems Inteva Products regarding the investments and creating jobs to support new business in Adrian and Troy, Michigan. It mentions that the investment will support the automotive program. It also presents the views of Lon Offenbacher, president of Inteva, regarding the same.


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