Hendrickson breaks ground on sixth trailer suspension plant

Hendrickson breaks ground on sixth trailer suspension plant

Hendrickson is expanding its Trailer Commercial Vehicle Systems operations in Northeastern Ohio.

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Hendrickson has broken ground on a trailer suspension plant in Northeastern Ohio.

Thirty-five acres were purchased from the more than 325-acre parcel of the Stark County Farm property. This new 35-acre plot will be home to Hendrickson’s sixth trailer suspension plant.

“When completed and fully operational, this 180,000 square foot facility will employ a full-time workforce of nearly 300 associates,” said Perry Bahr, vice president of trailer commercial vehicle systems for Hendrickson.

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