MONTGOMERY, AL – Just two years after startup, Hyundai Motor Mfg. Alabama Inc. will reach its full 300,000-unit annual capacity this year, Keith Duckworth, deputy president, says at a manufacturing event here. HMMA built 237,350 units in 2006, Ward’s data shows. The next-generation Santa Fe cross/utility vehicle began production here last spring joining the Sonata midsize sedan, which launched with the plant’s opening in May 2005. Steve Wilhite, chief operating officer-Hyundai Motor ...

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