Japan-Based Aisin AW Plans Cibolo, Texas, Manufacturing Complex
According to Governor Greg Abbott’s Office, in September, Aisin AW and Toyota announced a combined $800 million investment in Texas, with Aisin investing $400 million in its future facility in Cibolo, which will support 900 new jobs. "There is no label more powerful than 'Made in Texas' and we are proving that once again with this new facility," said Governor Abbott.
"I was honored to meet with Aisin executives during my economic development trip to Japan to discuss this investment, as well as our shared commitment to strengthening this partnership. Working together, we will continue to grow the Aisin brand in Texas, create more jobs, and expand economic prosperity throughout the Lone Star State," he added.
Aisin Seiki Co, Ltd. is. Aisin AW, a brand of the the Aisin Seiki company, was established in 1969 and is headquartered near Nagoya, Japan. The company develops, manufactures, and distributes automatic transmissions, hybrid systems, car navigation systems, and other automotive parts.
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