Automotive Industry in Cleveland Plus
Ohio is the leading state for light vehicle production because of its
outstanding supply chain for cars and truck. In fact, Ohio is the
number one manufacturer of heavy-duty trucks and the second largest
supplier of automotive components. Ohio fuels efforts in these
segments and others across the state through a network of steadfast
and reliable resources.
This strong support system helps
automotive-related businesses – from heavy truck and rail to
aerospace and marine – thrive in the Cleveland Plus region.
Approximately $31 billion of automotive related gross
regional product is shipped out of the state annually. As
a result, Northeast Ohio has become an automotive powerhouse and
companies in this industry continue to invest here because they
have confidence in Northeast Ohio’s long-term business
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- The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
- Eaton Corporation
- Parker Hannifin Corporation
- The Sherwin-Williams Company
- The Timken Company
- Aleris Corporation
- RPM International Inc.
- NACCO Industries, Inc.
- PolyOne Corporation
- Ferro Corporation
- Lincoln Electric Holdings, Inc.
- Applied Industrial Technologies, Inc.
MAGNET assists advanced materials manufacturers, as well as
other manufacturers, in adopting innovative manufacturing
strategies and techniques.
- The Cleveland Plus region employs over 23,000 trained automotive
workers in the motor vehicles, parts and body manufacturing
- Cleveland Plus boasts 14 institutions offering engineering
programs that annually add to our talented labor pool for the
automotive industry. More than 1,200 degrees were awarded in 2010.*
Further, 21 Northeast Ohio institutions offer precision production