Nissan Celebrates 30th Anniversary of U.S. Manufacturing with Creation of 900 Jobs

Nissan's first U.S.-based manufacturing facility has been building quality vehicles and long-lasting careers in Tennessee for more than three decades. Pictured clockwise from inside the truck are Nissan Smyrna employees with 30 years of service: Kathy Kyle, Shirley Greene, Mark Redfern, Angela Price, Kevin Fongnaly, Mark Pionke, Greg Sells, and Melvin Norwood.
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Nissan Manufacturing Team Members

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Nissan's Plant in Mexico Leads the Way in Renewable Energy

Nissan's Plant in Mexico Leads the Way in Renewable Energy

Dr. Maarten Sierhuis

Dr. Maarten Sierhuis

Nissan Applies Fish Behavior to Study Collision-Free Vehicles

Nissan Applies Fish Behavior to Study Collision-Free Vehicles