Allevard Sogefi USA Inc.
Sogefi’s 32,000-square-foot facility in Wayne County is equipped to manufacture filters and modules for Ford, Nissan, BMW, Chrysler and Mazda.
American National Rubber Co
The manufacturing of top-quality closed cell sponge is truly an art. Founded in 1957, American National Rubber has mastered that art and applied it to the manufacturing of a wide variety of closed cell sponge products. The multi-plant complex utilizes the experience of highly skilled employees.
As the inventors of flexible foam for equipment insulation and a leading provider of engineered foams, Armacell develops innovative and safe thermal, acoustic and mechanical solutions that create sustainable value for its customers.
Diamond Electric Mfg. Corp
Diamond Electric produces ignition coils for automotive manufacturers such as Chrysler, Ford and Toyota. The company has operations in Diamond and opened its first manufacturing plant in West Virginia in 1997. Since then, the company has expanded the facility multiple times, making the West Virginia operations the company’s largest production facility in the world.
EuropTec USA, Inc.
EuropTec USA is a manufacturer of acid etched anti-glare glass, EagleEtch, and a specialist in glass processing and fabrication for the display industry.
General Motors’ Martinsburg Parts Distribution Center offers exceptional customer service through industry leading performance in supply chain, logistics, warehousing and distribution.
Since it was founded in Spain in 1997, Gestamp has grown from a small local stamping company to a global presence in more than 20 countries. In 2012, the auto parts manufacturer opened a stamping plant in South Charleston, WV. The multinational company has ramped up its workforce and the number of stamping lines over the years.
Hino Motors Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc.
Hino Motors Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc. is the commercial truck division of Toyota Motors Corporation, producing medium-duty trucks for the U.S. market. The truck assembly plant opened in Williamstown, WV, in 2007. In 2017, Hino announced the operation would relocate into a new facility nearly four times larger. The expanded facility allows Hino to combine several assembly operations under one roof.
K.S. of West Virginia Co. Ltd.
K.S. of West Virginia Co. Ltd. supplies high-quality precision metal stamping parts and insert injection molding for the automotive industry. The facility is situated on a 43-acre site in Ravenswood, WV. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kato Seisakusho Co., Ltd. of Nagoya, Japan, and a member of the K.S. Group.
Meiji Corporation is the leading distributor of factory automation components from Asia, Europe and North America.
NGK Spark Plugs U.S.A., Inc.
NGK is a manufacturing company based out of Nagoya, Japan. The NGK Spark Plug manufacturing plant opened in Sissonville, WV, in 1995. The Sissonville plant now produces oxygen sensors and spark plugs for internal combustion engines, along with ceramics and applicable products. NGK is the largest supplier and manufacturer of spark plugs and oxygen sensors for imported and domestic vehicles.
Nippon Thermostat Co., Ltd.
Nippon Thermostat Co., Ltd.’s first U.S. plant is in Fraziers Bottom, WV. It has a 26,000-square-foot manufacturing facility and a 5,000-square-foot office management facility. Nippon Thermostat group companies have an extensive lineup of automotive hermos devices.