Manufacturing News

Bosch building spark plug plant in Nanjing

Robert Bosch GmbH says it broke ground last week on a spark plug plant in the east China city of Nanjing.

The 1.1 billion yuan ($172 million) plant will have the capacity to produce more than 100 million spark plugs a year after it starts operation in 2013. That will make the plant Bosch's largest spark plug production facility worldwide, according to the German supplier.

The plant will supply automakers in China. The plant's parts will also be sold overseas through Bosch's global sales and service network. The facility also will produce brake pads and diagnostic equipment for spark plugs.

After the new plant starts production, Bosch's existing spark plug plant in Nanjing will be demolished.

Most Viewed in 24 Hours


Start a Digital Twin Journey from Engineering Simulation

Accenture releases survey of digital transformation

CIMC Reduces Unplanned Downtime by 30% with Greater Operational Insight from ThingWorx

Ansys Simulation Speeding up Autonomous Vehicles

  • Tel : 0086-27-87592219
  • Email :
  • Add: 3B1 International Business Center, No. 18 Jinronggang Road (No.4), East Lake High-tech Development Zone, Wuhan, Hubei, PRC. 430223
  • ICP Business License: 鄂B2-20030029-9
  • Copyright © e-works All Rights Reserved