Chassix, a precision casting and machining solutions supplier, plans to establish a greenfield plant in Ostrava, Czech Republic, according to a company press release. The facility, which will cast aluminum chassis and powertrain components for passenger cars, will be the company's first casting foundry, and third plant in Europe. It should be operational in early 2018 and accounts for an investment of about 50 million US dollars. Chassix Ostrava is expected to generate approximately 350 skilled jobs in the region.
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