Published: May 15, 2019


ALABAMA GOVERNOR KAY IVEY ANNOUNCED ON TUESDAY THAT JAPAN BASED DAIKYONISHIKAWA US PLANS TO INVEST 110 MILLION DOLLARS TO OPEN AN AUTO PARTS MANUFACTURING FACILITY IN HUNTSVILLE TO SERVE THE MAZDA TOYOTO MANUFACTURING USA ASSEMLY PLANT NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION. THE COMPANY, CALLED DNUS FOR SHORT, WILL CREATE APPROXIMATELY 380 JOBS AT THE NEW ALABAMA FACILITY WHICH WILL PROCUDE PLASTIC AUTOMOTIVE PARTS. CONSTRUCTION ON THE DNUS FACILITY IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN THIS SUMMER AND PLANS TO BEING OPERATIONS IN 2021 TO COINCIDE WITH THE START OF VEHICLE PRODUCTION AT THE NEW MAZDA TOYOTA FACILITY.