Detroit Mfg. Systems opens new plant in Detroit

August 30, 2012

Detroit Mfg. Systems has celebrated the grand opening of its new plant in Detroit.

The company — a joint venture formed by Faurecia Interior Systems Saline and Rush Group — plans to invest $29.2 million in the automotive interior component manufacturing facility, creating about 572 jobs in the next five years.

The factory initially will make instrument panels for the Ford Mustang®, with interior components for the Lincoln Navigator®, Ford Expedition®, F-150®, Explorer®, Taurus®, Lincoln MKS® and MKT®, and Focus® to follow.



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