US Johnson Controls to build second plant in Macedonia.

By bne IntelliNews August 8, 2011
US car parts maker Johnson Controls plans to build a second factory in Macedonia, Alfa TV station reports. The new facility will be located in the city of Stip, eastern Macedonia. The TV station reports that construction should start in October and is expected to last approximately one year. The new plant will employ 1,500 people. The facility will manufacture interior elements vehicle seats. Johnson Controls' first investment in Macedonia was a car electronics factory built in the free economic zone Bunardzik near Skopje.

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