Company Picks Phoenix Suburb For Truck-Manufacturing Plant
January 31, 2018 / manufacturing.net
A Utah-based company has selected the Phoenix suburb of Buckeye for a new plant to make hydrogen fuel cell-powered trucks. Salt Lake City-based Nikola Motor Co. and Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey say in a joint announcement Tuesday that the Buckeye site was chosen from among 30 locations in nine states considered during a 12-month site-selection process for the zero-emission facility.