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Hyundai marks opening of $388 million engine facility in Montgomery

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama LLC today celebrated the grand opening of its cylinder head manufacturing plant, a $388 million project that spurred the creation of 50 jobs.

Governor Kay Ivey joined company officials and area leaders at the new plant in Montgomery, which is the third facility at HMMA to support production of more than 650,000 engines annually.

It also will enhance operations to support the production of Sonata and Elantra sedans.

“As we cut the ribbon on Hyundai’s engine production facility, we’re celebrating even more than a $388 million investment,” Governor Ivey said. “We’re celebrating 50 more Alabamians earning a wage and that fact that we have a booming automotive industry.”

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