AKRON (July 17)—Goodyear plans to begin construction this fall on a molded transportation products facility in Mexico, the company announced July 6. The $16 million plant is scheduled to start production in the first quarter of 2001 and will employ more than 100. A specific site has not been chosen, but potential locations are being considered based on the availability of transportation, skilled workers and community support, the tire maker said. Goodyear already has molded products facilities in St. Mary´s, Ohio, and Quebec City, Quebec.
Goodyear to build molded products plant in Mexico
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