Megasupplier Magna International Inc. is searching for property in North America for a location to assemble niche vehicles, much like it does at its Steyr-Daimler-Puch plant in Graz, Austria (see below). Magna acquired Steyr in 1998, and the deal instantly gave Magna the ability to design, engineer and assemble full vehicles. The Steyr plant in Graz assembles Jeep Grand Cherokee and Mercedes-Benz G van, M-Class sport/utility vehicles (SUVs) and E-Class 4Matic. Steyr has 1,200 engineers in ...

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