Missouri is making great strides to ensure the auto industry in Missouri continues to thrive for generations to come. Learn about the developments and announcements that will create thousands of jobs throughout the state as well as generate millions of dollars to the economy.
Global auto industry supplier in Portageville to significantly upgrade workforce skills, with help from State of Missouri and Three Rivers Community College (6/10/13)
The State of Missouri is teaming up with Three Rivers Community College to provide targeted training resources to one of the world's largest manufacturers of chrome-plated plastic auto parts, Gov. Jay Nixon announced today. The authorization of Community College Job Retention Training Program funding to SRG Global will continue strengthening the state's auto supplier network, the Governor said. Read more...
Watch GM Wentzville Groundbreaking (5/25/12)
Governor Jay Nixon leads the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new 500,000 square-foot plant addition. The new plant will create 1,260 new local jobs, bring 400 former employees back to work, and add a second shift for the existing vehicle production.
Missouri Auto Suppliers: Keeping Jobs in the Heartland (11/14/11)
Interview Conducted by Amy Susan, Former Director of Communications
At the height of the auto industry, more than 22,000 men and women had jobs manufacturing the parts needed to assemble vehicles. Learn how the major Ford and GM announcements impact those supply companies throughout the state.
New Rail Cars Creates New Jobs (11/04/11)
Gov. Nixon and Union Pacific announce new rail car that was built in Mo. This announcement will create new jobs and set Mo apart from the rest when it comes to making good, quality products. Watch!
GM Celebrates 100th Anniversary, Mo Celebrated 1,660 Auto Jobs( 11/03/11)
A new truck will soon be produced in Wentzville only. See the new truck and listen to auto workers who have been called back to the line!
Gov. Nixon, Ford, UAW Leaders Announce New Auto Line and Jobs for Kansas City (10/21/11)
Hundreds of jobs will be created as a result of a $1 billion investment by Ford in the Claycomo plant in Kansas City. Watch video telling the story!