Project to create up to 70 jobs and maintain 25 position.
July 28, 2015
by PLANT Staff
BELLEVILLE, Ont. — Halla Visteon Climate Control Canada Inc. will use a $2.175 million investment from FedDev Ontario’s Investing in Business Growth and Productivity initiative to launch a new line of thermal engine control parts at one of its Belleville, Ont. manufacturing facilities.
Halla Visteon Canada, a subsidiary of global auto parts supplier Halla Visteon Climate Control, manufactures parts for automotive climate control systems.
The company is adopting new technologies and manufacturing processes for one of its Belleville plants where electronic throttle bodies and electronic coolant valves will be produced, and reverse a decision to close its underutilized Belleville plant.
The project, which will take place at the College Street plant, is expected to create up to 70 new jobs and maintain 25 existing jobs.
Halla Visteon Canada, established in 1986, employs more than 340 employees at its two facilities in Belleville.