Automotive mirror manufacturing facility opens in Duncan | Spartanburg Business


DUNCAN — Magna Worldwide has opened a new 170,000-square-foot facility in Duncan that produces exterior mirror units for automakers these types of as BMW, Mercedes and Volvo.

The facility has around 225 personnel and plans to mature its workforce to 400 employees about the future several yrs. A grand opening celebration was held on April 7.

Some of the mirrors have cameras that develop a 360 look at, in accordance to Steve Salvatore, group common manager for Magna International. There are mirrors that use washing nozzle integration to preserve the digicam clear, blind zone monitoring functions and GPS attributes. It is Magna’s sixth facility in South Carolina.

“We built this plant with 63,000 square toes of expansion capability,” mentioned Salvatore. “Before we see a seventh constructing in the Upstate, we have place to combine other Magna company in our recent facility.”

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In addition to the mirror manufacturing facility, there are two other Magna amenities in Spartanburg County. Magna Seating is positioned in Moore and tends to make seats for BMW X products. There’s also a facility in Spartanburg that makes energy storage systems for hybrid cars, according to Salvatore.

At this time, the plant’s production volume is around 1.6 million mirrors for each year, in accordance to a information release.

The facility has a wellness area, fitness middle, canteen with adjacent patio and gaming spot, vegetable backyard and a going for walks trail.

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