Largest Factories in the United States
These are the largest factories in the United States. The largest of which is the Kia U.S. Georgia Plant of West Point, Georgie, United States, spanning an area of 2,612,000m2. At second, is the 752,514-m2 Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky of Georgetown, Kentucky, United States, followed by Tesla Factory of Fremont, California, United States, covering an area of 510,000m2 at third.
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Kia U.S. Georgia Plant. Located in West Point, Georgie, United States, Kia U.S. Georgia Plant spans an area of 2,612,000m2 and produces 360,000 Kia vehicle units annually.
Located in Georgetown, Kentucky, the Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky plant (also known as TMMK) is Toyota's largest vehicle manufacturing plant in the world. The Kentucky plant spans an area of 752,514m2 and is annually capable of producing 550,000 vehicles.
Located in Fremont, California, the Tesla Factory currently manufactures the Tesla Model S, Model X and Model 3 electric cars. Spanning an area of 510,000m2, the Tesla Factory was able to achieve an annualized production rate of 490,000 vehicles by late 2019/early 2020.
Located in Belvidere, Illinois, and spanning a sprawling area of 490,000m2, the Belvidere Assembly Plant (or BVAP) is a Chrysler assembly site for the Jeep Cherokee.
Ford Kansas City Assembly Plant. Automobile factory for Ford vehicles. Located in Claycomo, Missouri, United States, Ford Kansas City Assembly Plant spans an area of 440,000m2.
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