Kokomo Transmission Plant
Operated1965–present [1]
LocationKokomo, Indiana
Coordinates40°27′44″N 86°06′57″W / 40.46230246°N 86.11577495°W / 40.46230246; -86.11577495
ProductsTransaxle cases, engine block, propulsion transmissions
Employees1,213 (2022) [1]
Area35 acres (0.14 km2)
Volume625,000 sq ft (58,100 m2) [1]
Address1001 East Boulevard
Owner(s)Stellantis North America

Kokomo Casting Plant is a Stellantis North America automotive factory in Kokomo, Indiana that manufactures aluminum parts for automotive components, transaxle cases, engine blocks, propulsion transmissions.[1] The factory opened in 1965 and was expanded in 1969, 1986, 1995, and 1997. It is the largest die casting factory in the world.[2] In June 2010 Chrysler announced a 300 million dollar investment to retool and modernize the Kokomo Casting for production of a future eight-speed automatic.[3]

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  1. ^ a b c d Kokomo Casting Plant on Stellantis
  2. ^ LLC, FCA US. "A World Premiere: FCA US Kokomo Casting Plant Becomes First-Ever Casting Facility to Earn World Class Manufacturing Bronze Award". www.prnewswire.com. Retrieved 2020-07-31.
  3. ^ "Car News - Latest Auto News, First Looks and First Drives".