Grupo Antolin to break ground on $61.2 million auto parts facility in Shelby Township

Project to create more than 430 new jobs

SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. – International auto supplier, Grupo Antolin of Spain, will break ground on a plant that will produce, assemble, and sequence door panels and overhead systems for the 2019 Dodge Ram Truck Wednesday.

This is part of the company's $61.2 million planned investment.

The project will create more than 430 new jobs, marking the largest program and investment  the Spanish auto interior parts supplier has ever carried out in its 25-year history in North America.

The new facility will make Antolin Shelby (a subsidiary of Grupo Antolin) the largest manufacturer and employer in Shelby Township.

The groundbreaking ceremony will be held at 1 p.m. at the company's office building on Shelby Parkway.

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Resumes should be sent to email address Shelby.HR@grupoantolin.com.

Here are the jobs Grupo Antolin is looking to fill:

Industrial Engineer                          Assistant Finance Manager           Tooling Techs

MRO Buyer                                       Assembly Process Techs                 Planner

Logistics  / Warehouse                   Shipping / Receiving                        Mold Setters
Managers                                          Supervisors

Quality Liaison                                 Controls Engineers                          Shipping \ Rec Clerk

Production                                        Payables/Receivables                     Cycle Counter Analyst

Cost Accountant /                           Quality Techs                                    Assemblers        

Payroll \Benefits                              Process Engineers                           Machine Operators        

APQP Engineer                                 Maintenance Techs                         Inspectors

Tooling Engineers                            IT Technician                                    Materials Handlers

Quality Engineers                            Production Supervisors                  Team Leaders \ UET’s

EHS Coordinator                              CMM Tech                                        Relief Operators             

Molding Process Techs                   Scheduler

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