Johnson Controls Inc. plans to open a new manufacturing plant in West Point, GA, that will supply vehicle seating and interior products to Kia Motors Mfg. Georgia Inc. beginning summer 2009. The facility is expected to employ about 310 people at full production. JCI says the plant will provide complete seat systems and door panels for a next-generation SUV Kia will build beginning fall 2009. Kia started construction of its $1.2 billion assembly and manufacturing plant in West Point in ...

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