Global automotive supplier Inteva Products LLC has opened two new facilities globally and relocated a third.
The new manufacturing plants, located in Oradea, Romania, and Wuhan, China, represent Inteva's second and seventh facilities in those countries. The company also relocated its technical center in Wuppertal, Germany, to a larger facility in Solingen to bring the operation closer to several customers, an April 14 news release indicates.
The new China plant is already in operation manufacturing roof systems. The Romania plant is scheduled to begin production this summer, also manufacturing roof system components.
“Our new site in Oradea will nearly double our manufacturing presence in Romania. The Wuhan, China, facility will broaden our footprint in central China and align us with many OEMs that have been expanding there,” Lon Offenbacher, Inteva Products CEO and president, said in a statement. “And our new state-of-the-art technical center in Solingen will help us better support key customers in Europe, enhancing our technical presence globally.”
Inteva is headquartered in Troy, Mich., and operates more than 40 locations worldwide.