Industrial Redux

McCurry, John W.
July 2012
Site Selection;Jul2012, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p134
The article focuses on the reopening of the South Charleston Stamping and Manufacturing plant in West Virginia by Spanish automotive supplier Gestamp. It notes that the company's 100-billion-dollar investment will supply companies such as Ford Motor Co. and Honda Motor Co. Ltd. and will create 350 to 400 jobs. According to Park Corp. chairman Ray Park, the reopening of the plant has been the long-time goal of the company.


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