Hyundai Mobis opens a high-tech automotive logistics center in Asan, South Korea, that inventories 110,000 types of parts and will supply Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. and Kia Motors Corp. distributors and dealers around the globe. Located about a 2-hour drive south of Seoul, the 54.7 billion won ($54 million) facility will target sales of 750 billion won ($700 million) annually and will employ 230 workers, says Hyundai Mobis President Park Jeong-in. The modern, paperless center is an ...

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