Mitsubishi Steel Manufacturing (MSSC) started operations at a new production facility in Aguascalientes, where the company completed a US$ 20 million investment. 

The new plant located at the Finsa Industrial Park recruited 95 workers on its first phase to manufacture stabilizer bars for Nissan, according to a press release by the state's Economic Development Agency. 

The company expects to produce 400,000 pieces a year once the facility runs at full capacity. A second investment will be made in the near term to manufacture coil springs at the same facility.


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