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Impact Reports

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International Automakers in America (2017)

The growth of international automakers in the United States is an American success story.

It’s a story about American jobs and the profound impact of a $75 billion investment in the U.S. economy. It’s also a story about providing American consumers with an abundance of vehicle choices through innovative designs, advanced manufacturing processes, and transformative technologies.

ALABAMA ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2017)

Did you know Honda, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, and Toyota all call Alabama “home”? Alabama is now the 5th largest auto-producing state in America. Alabamans produced 1,053,946 vehicles in the Yellowhammer State in 2016. Here For America’s latest Alabama state economic impact report highlights the economic growth occurring across Alabama thanks in part to international automakers.

CALIFORNIA ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2017)

International automakers have invested $5.1 billion in the Golden State. These automakers have generated 187,253 local jobs in California and directly employ 11,549 Californians. Here For America’s California state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across California thanks to international automakers.

GEORGIA ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2017)

Last year, international automakers produced 372,502 vehicles in Peach State. International automakers have created 69,296 local jobs in Georgia and directly employ 5,774 Georgians. Here For America’s Georgia state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Georgia thanks to international automakers.

 

INDIANA ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2017)

International automakers’ annual production in Indiana has more than doubled since 2009, according to Here For America’s Indiana State Economic Impact Study. Hoosiers built 996,129 vehicles in 2016 across four facilities: AM General, LLC (Mercedes-Benz), Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC, Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc., and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana, Inc.

KENTUCKY ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2017)

Last year, international automakers produced 500,766 vehicles in the Bluegrass State. International automakers have created 77,626 local jobs in Kentucky and directly employ 10,057 Kentuckians. Here For America’s Kentucky state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Kentucky thanks to international automakers.

MISSISSIPPI ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2017)

Here For America’s Mississippi State Economic Impact Study illustrates the many benefits international automakers bring to the Magnolia State. International automakers have created 34,171 local jobs in Mississippi and directly employ 7,969 Mississippians. Mississippi is home to Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Mississippi, Inc. and the Nissan Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant. Mississippi is also home to 82 international auto dealers.

MISSOURI ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2017)

International automakers have created 28,443 local jobs in Missouri and directly employ 1,124 Missourians. The Show Me state is home to two Bodine Aluminum (Toyota) manufacturing plants. Here For America’s Missouri state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Missouri thanks to international automakers.

OHIO ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2017)
International automakers presence in Ohio generated 183,037 total jobs last year. These automakers directly employ more than 15,669 workers. Ohioans produced 671,656 vehicles in the Buckeye State in 2016. Here For America’s latest Ohio state economic impact report highlights the economic growth occurring across Ohio thanks in part to international automakers.
SOUTH CAROLINA ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2017)

Here For America’s South Carolina State Economic Impact Study illustrates some of the tremendous benefits international automakers bring to the Palmetto State. International automakers have created 64,506 local jobs in South Carolina and directly employ 9,188 South Carolinians. South Carolina is home to BMW Manufacturing Co., LLC and Mercedes-Benz Vans, LLC. A new Volvo Car USA plant is under construction in Ridgeville. South Carolina is also home to 155 international auto dealers.

TENNESSEE ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2017)

Last year, international automakers produced 737,485 vehicles in the Volunteer State. International automakers have created 131,085 local jobs in Tennessee and directly employ 15,853 Tennesseans. Here For America’s Tennessee state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Tennessee thanks to international automakers.

TEXAS ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2017)

Last year, international automakers produced 261,651 vehicles in the Lone Star State. International automakers have created 132,365 local jobs in Texas and directly employ 7,893 Texans. Here For America’s Texas state economic impact report highlights this and other examples of the economic growth occurring across Texas thanks to international automakers.

WEST VIRGINIA ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY (2017)

According to Here For America’s West Virginia State Economic Impact Study, international automakers have invested $1.3 billion in the Mountain State. These automakers have also generated 8,105 jobs in the state and directly employ 1,228 West Virginians.

International Automakers in America (2016)

The growth of international automakers in the United States is an American success story.

It’s a story about American jobs and the profound impact of a $73 billion investment in the U.S. economy. It’s also a story about providing American consumers with an abundance of vehicle choices through innovative designs, advanced manufacturing processes, and transformative technologies.

THE REDEFINED AMERICAN AUTO INDUSTRY (2015)

International automakers operate 34 manufacturing facilities, 62 R&D facilities, 18 headquarters, and 9,251 dealership franchises in the United States. Our industry directly employs 123,000 Americans. Here For America’s Redefined American Auto Industry report highlights the major impact international automakers have had on the U.S. economy.