Goodyear Engineered Products plans to build a $16 million facility in Mexico that will manufacture molded transportation products, including engine and shock mounts, designed to reduce vibration and improve vehicle handling. The company is considering a number of possible sites for the facility, based on the availability of transportation and skilled workers. Goodyear says support from both the local community and local government will be factors in the decision, as well. Construction is ...
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