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Assembly Plant

The place where a company manufactures its products. The term implies, but does not necessitate, the presence of assembly lines at the plant.
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Daimler's North America truck unit is planning to lay off 550 workers at its Cleveland, North Carolina, assembly plant.
If the app was available at the time, Smets says the wiring harness installation issue at the Michigan Assembly Plant would have been fixed faster.
It was decided that instead of buying such huge quantity of laptops from a single manufacturer, laptop makers will be asked to set up their assembly plant - if not manufacturing facility - in Pakistan.
The storage building is situated some 1 kilometer away from the assembly plant.
Saudi Arabia's plan to build a big smelter for aluminum, a key raw material for vehicle manufacturing, can be conducive to setting up an assembly plant there, Ratan Tata said, according to the magazine.
Truck manufacturer Beiqi Foton Motors already has an assembly plant in Kenya.
Yuan said he plans to begin hiring for the assembly plant once he gets purchase orders confirmed with several companies he is negotiating with.
Systemair Malaysia's new 4,000-square metre assembly plant will manufacture tunnel and garage ventilation.
The German business weekly WirtschaftsWoche reports in its new edition that the city of Mobile, Alabama is the most likely choice for setting up Airbus's fourth assembly plant.
In addition, the size of the market, as measured by the number of assembly plants within a day's drive (approximately 450 miles) from a county, is positively related to the number of recently opened plants in a county.
is likely to announce a site for its seventh assembly plant in North America by the end of the year, according to an article in the Feb.
Friday was the last day for cities and states to apply to Chicago-based Boeing for the assembly plant, which carries a multibillion-dollar economic impact.

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