OSCEOLA, AR – This small Mississippi Delta town one hour north of Memphis, which has struggled with the massive loss of manufacturing jobs for 20 years, this week celebrates the grand opening of Denso Corp.'s 23rd manufacturing facility in North America. The town of 8,500 people was exuberant in 2002 when it learned the Japanese supplier was considering Osceola – along with 25 other mostly southern locations – for a manufacturing plant to produce vehicle heating, ventilation and air ...

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