Skip to comments.Automotive giant investing $175 million and hiring hundreds in Grand Prairie (800 jobs in Texas)
Posted on 06/09/2018 4:46:29 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
An automotive parts supplier is spending $175 million to expand an industrial building in Grand Prairie that it bought last year.
Flex-N-Gate, a major supplier to General Motors' Arlington vehicle assembly plant, last summer purchased a new 430,186-square-foot industrial building at 2150 Bardin Road in Grand Prairie. Now, the Michigan-based company is expanding the industrial building that houses manufacturing operations.
Flex-N-Gate plans to employ 800 people by early 2020.
The company will also move its Texas division corporate offices to the Grand Prairie location. It's relocating operations starting in July from a smaller facility in Arlington to the Grand Prairie location.
Flex-N-Gate now has 62 plants worldwide and over 24,000 employees. The company is headed by self-made Pakistani-American billionaire Shahid Khan, who also owns the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL team....
(Excerpt) Read more at dallasnews.com ...
(No, it has nothing to do with racism or Trump, but if I say it often enough it is the truth. It works for CNN, no?)
That’s Magafacturing to you!
That is a great word!
Lucky stiffs! They can spend their hard earned money at Trader Village.
Besides that, those manufacturing jobs aren't coming back anyway. What magic wand does Trump think he has that can change that?
It sounds like we're going to have to choose between cheering for President Trump's efforts to bring manufacturing back, or continue to boycott Government Motors.
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