Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant

CANTON, Miss. (July 31, 2013) - Nissan expanded its U.S. manufacturing footprint today with Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant joining Nissan employees to break ground on a new supplier park at the company's Canton, Miss. vehicle assembly plant. The project will support more than 800 jobs, including an expected 400 newly created supplier jobs as well as 400 employees that Nissan has hired since June 1 in anticipation of the project.
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Michael Caruso at Pukekohe Park, NZ

Michael Caruso at Pukekohe Park, NZ

Rick Kelly at Pukekohe Park, NZ

Rick Kelly at Pukekohe Park, NZ

Rick Kelly at Pukekohe Park, NZ

Rick Kelly at Pukekohe Park, NZ

Nissan eyes next phase in China

Nissan eyes next phase in China

Nissan eyes next phase in China

Nissan eyes next phase in China

Nissan eyes next phase in China

Nissan eyes next phase in China

Nissan eyes next phase in China

Nissan eyes next phase in China

Nissan eyes next phase in China

Nissan eyes next phase in China

Steve Doherty

Steve Doherty