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Hino Notches 10-Year Anniversary Manufacturing in WVA

| August 10, 2017

Hino Notches 10-Year Anniversary Manufacturing in WVA

Ten years can roll by in a flash. Just ask Hino Motors, which just celebrated this milestone in manufacturing medium duty trucks in Williamstown, West Virginia.

Consider the arch of growth. The company’s 245,000 sq. ft. location there produces Hino’s Class 6 and 7 conventional body style trucks.

What’s more, since 2007, production per year has increased by more than 500% and the production facility has been expanded and capacities enhanced. Steve Stalnaker, Vice President & Plant Manager Williamstown said, “Our success has allowed us to invest in our capabilities to better service our customers as well as support the local job market. Since opening in 2007, the employment at our Williamstown facility has increased by over 400%.”

Hino Motors Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc. (HMM) is headquartered in Farmington Hills, has a combined ten facilities spanning five states employs over 1,000 people.

Category: General Update, Management, Vehicles

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