February 3, 2012

American Seating hosts VP Joe Biden

Grand Rapids, Mich.-based American Seating recently welcomed U.S. Vice President Joe Biden to its facility.

The vice president toured the American Seating transportation plant, which makes bus and rail seats, and discussed with workers company leadership;  local, regional and statewide dignitaries; and the Obama administration's plan to help businesses bring manufacturing jobs back to America by eliminating incentives to ship jobs overseas and offering tax credits for insourcing.

100 percent of American Seating products are manufactured in the U.S., with 95% of the company's products made from domestic content.

 

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