DENSO to Invest $75.5 Million in Michigan and Ohio

DENSO International America (DIAM ) with headquarters based in Southfield, MI one of its satellite offices located in Dublin, OH started a key round of investments in North American today with approximately $75.5 million to expand. The investment will increase the staff in North American by ~133 employees over the next three years.

“Expanding our team and resources now will help us make a future of autonomous cars and advanced electric vehicles possible,” said Kenichiro Ito, chairman of DENSO’s North America Board of Directors.

DENSO, based in Japan, founded DENSO International America in 1985 as the parent company for its North American operations. Since then, it has grown to seven buildings in Southfield housing design and production engineering, technical support, sales and finance functions. The Southfield facility also includes

DENSO’s 36-acre North America Technical Center Test Chambers, which simulate a variety of real-world driving conditions that allow engineers to develop and road-test new automotive solutions. The Dublin campus includes sales, quality engineering and application engineering teams supporting major OEM customers. DENSO also operates 28 manufacturing facilities across the U.S., Canada and Mexico, and employs more than 23,000 across the North America region.

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