Indiana Transmission Plant

3660 North U.S. Highway 931, Kokomo, Indiana, United States

Floor Space: 1.2 million square feet

Acreage: 233 acres

  • 65/66/68 RFE RWD transmissions for Ram trucks, Cummins Diesel and Heavy Duty
  • 948TE transmissions in all-wheel, four-wheel and two-wheel drive configurations for the Jeep Renegade (produced at the Melfi Assembly Plant in Italy), Chrysler Pacifica and Ram ProMaster City (produced at the TOFAS plant in Bursa, Turkey)
Employment: 1,843 (1,653 hourly, 190 salaried)

Union Local: UAW Local 685

Plant History: Plant completed and began production of transmissions in 1998. In November 2010, the company announced that it would invest $843 million for production of a future generation front-wheel-drive automatic transmission. In February 2013, the company announced an investment of $212 million at Kokomo Transmission, Kokomo Casting and Indiana Transmission plants for additional tooling and equipment to produce the eight- and nine-speed transmissions, which added up to 400 new jobs. Production of the nine-speed transmission began in May 2013.

On February 28, 2023, Stellantis announced that it will invest a total of $155 million in three Kokomo, Indiana, plants to produce new electric drive modules (EDM) that will help power future electric vehicles assembled in North America and to support the goal of 50% battery-electric sales in the U.S. by 2030. Gear machining and final assembly will be at the Indiana Transmission Plant. Production is expected to start in the third quarter of 2024, following retooling.

(Updated: June 2024)

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Contact Information

Frank Matyok
Office: (248) 934-5909
Ann Marie Fortunate
Cell: (313) 401-4906
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