Despite government pressure, Johnson Controls Inc. is sticking with plans to shift sun visor production from plants in Michigan and Kentucky to Ramos Arizpe, Mexico, saying the move is critical if it is to remain competitive in that market sector. Some 885 jobs will be cut at JCI’s Southview plant in Holland, MI, and a Glasgow, KY, facility will lose 180 positions. Production of door panels for North American-built vehicles will continue at Southview, says JCI, leaving 427 people ...

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