Honda celebrates Ohio parts center groundbreaking
Shh, do you hear that? That's the sound of 110 jobs being created in Ohio thanks to Honda, which broke ground yesterday on a new domestic parts distribution center. The automaker is spending $89 million on the new place, which will be 530,000 square feet and also house a procurement office. The facility should be completed by fall of next year and will be located next to a current 20-year-old parts hub that houses another 340 employees.
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