Automotive Fleet's associate editor Louis Prejean was on site as LG Electronics opened its first factory in the United States for assembling electric vehicle charging stations on Jan. 12.
The factory is located in Fort Worth, Texas. Fort Worth Mayor Mattie Parker and other officials cut the ribbon at the new plant, joining LG Electronics senior executives Alec Jang, president of the LG Electronics Business Solutions Company; H.K. Suh, global head of LG’s EV Charger business; and Nicolas Min, president of LG Business Solutions USA.
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