DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee, Inc. (DMTN) is DENSO Corporation’s largest U.S. manufacturing facility. With more than 1.87 million square feet of manufacturing space, the facility employs approximately 3,000 people and produces starters, alternators, instrument clusters and various automotive electronic products for its North American customers.
Manufacturing of starters, alternators, instrument clusters, and automotive electronic products, including electronic control units, airbag sensors and controls and keyless systems.
Yoshihiro “Van” Saka, president
Masayuki “Mick” Yokoyama, executive vice president, Starter/Alternator Division (Plant 101)
Jack Helmboldt, senior vice president, Electronics Products Divisions (Plants 201, 202, 203)
July 20, 1988
2,398 (as of March 31, 2012)
100 percent DENSO International America, Inc.
1.87 million square feet on 189 acres
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