Honda’s new $215 million investment in its Ohio operations will protect Honda jobs here, a spokesman for the automaker said Wednesday.
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Honda’s new investment in Ohio
Anna ($180 million)
- Expanding aluminum die casting and engine parts production in the Anna engine plant.
- A new technical training center for vehicle powertrains.
Marysville ($35 million)
- A new 160,000-square-foot building near existing Honda operations in Marysville. The building will house a training facility, heritage center and office space for Honda’s new shared services company to support North American operations.
See a breakdown of Honda’s latest investment on an interactive map at myDaytonDailyNews.com