SUPERIOR TOWNSHIP, MI – Nearly three years after opening here, Hyundai-Kia America Technical Center Inc. has yet to reach its staffing goal. But officials say the center has begun taking on more responsibility within the Hyundai Automotive Group. HATCI opened in July 2005 with 140 workers and plans to employ 400 by late 2007. But employment has remained at about 150 workers – mostly engineers, Hyundai spokesman Dan Bedore says, adding the center will “hire as needed” relative to ...

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