http://www.hereforamerica.com/>  initiative today released Hoosiers Building More Cars Than Ever, state economic impact study. The report shows that international automakers' annual production* in Indiana has more than doubled since 2009.

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Issue: Dec 2016


International Automakers Created Over 100,000 American Jobs in Indiana



by James Hilton

The Here For America <http://www.hereforamerica.com/>  initiative today released Hoosiers Building More Cars Than Ever, state economic impact study. The report shows that international automakers' annual production* in Indiana has more than doubled since 2009.

Hoosiers built 905,000 vehicles in 2015 across four facilities: AM General, LLC (Mercedes-Benz), Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC, Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc., and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana, Inc. Other findings in the report show international automakers in Indiana are…

*   Creating 113,400 local jobs

*   Directly employing nearly 11,000 Hoosiers

*   Purchasing $12.8 billion from U.S. suppliers

*    Contributing $13.03 billion to Indiana's Gross State Product

*    Generating $1.1 billion in state taxes

*    Contributing $1.7 billion to federal revenues

Indiana-produced vehicles include: the Honda Civic Hybrid, Civic Natural Gas, and Civic Sedan; the Mercedes-Benz R-class; the Subaru Legacy, Outback, and Tribeca; and the Toyota Highlander, Highlander Hybrid, Sequoia, and Sienna. Indiana is also home to 186 international auto dealers who sold a collective 90,093 vehicles in 2015.

Download the report to learn more… Hoosiers Building More Cars Than Ever <http://hereforamerica.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/IN-State-Report.pdf

 

* Vehicles are made, built, or manufactured in the United States using domestic and globally sourced parts.

 

Here For America tells the story of international automakers and dealers, their ever-growing impact on the U.S. economy, and the benefits they provide to local communities. To follow along, visit www.hereforamerica.com <http://www.hereforamerica.com/>  and follow Here For America on Twitter <https://twitter.com/hereforamerica>  and Facebook <https://facebook.com/hereforamerica>



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