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KYB Americas Announces Expansion Of Indiana Manufacturing Facility

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With KYB’s footprint in Indiana increasing, this expansion will create about 50 new jobs within the next three years, with needs ranging from skilled labor to engineers.

 

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FRANKLIN, Ind. — KYB Americas Corp., a subsidiary of one of the world’s largest manufacturers of shocks, struts and hydraulic components, and a global leader in ride control technology is proud to announce the expansion of the KYB Manufacturing facility in Franklin, Ind. The 45,900-square-foot expansion will house the latest in shock and strut assembly, machining and quality control equipment, according to the company.

 

119189kybjpg_00000069011The expansion underscores KYB Americas commitment to additional aftermarket production capacity in North America, the company said. With KYB’s footprint in Indiana increasing, this expansion will create about 50 new jobs within the next three years, with needs ranging from skilled labor to engineers.

“We’re really excited about the expansion of our operations and manufacturing capabilities in the U.S.,” said KYB Americas Vice President Mike Fiorito. “This expansion is all a part of our continued growth plan. By increasing our manufacturing capacity in the U.S. and North America we will be able to more effectively serve our customers in the form of additional inventory and new product part numbers. Also, an additional benefit is, we’re bringing jobs to the USA.”

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KYB Corp. is a $4 billion global hydraulics manufacturer with more than 8,100 employees and sells its products in more than 100 countries. The company is a world leading supplier of shocks and struts to vehicle manufacturers and has a full range of domestic and import shocks and struts for the aftermarket. For more information, visitwww.kyb.com.

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