ANNA, Ohio (AP) -- Honda is set to announce details of an investment at its largest auto engine plant and plans for a new assembly line at a transmission plant in the same area of western Ohio.
Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor is expected to join Honda officials for the announcement Wednesday at the engine plant in Anna, about 70 miles northwest of Columbus. The plant employs 2,400 people. It makes more than 1.1 million engines a year for two Honda auto plants in Ohio, as well as operations in Indiana and Canada.
Honda says it also will share production plans for the third assembly line being built at its transmission plant in Russells Point as part of a previously announced $50 million expansion there. That plant has about 1,000 workers.