Autoliv Inc. is consolidating its North American manufacturing base and phasing out two plants, moves expected to save $5 million in 2003 and more than $20 million a year beginning in 2004 when the program has been implemented fully. Autoliv will consolidate its North American seatbelt production into three factories in Madisonville, KY; Tijuana, Mexico; and Lerma, Mexico. The Indianapolis, IN, seatbelt facility, which has 350 workers, is being phased out over the next 12 months. Autoliv ...
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