Nikola Motor Co. to bring 2,000 jobs, $1 billion investment to Arizona
A maker of zero-emissions commercial trucks said it will move its manufacturing operations and headquarters to metro Phoenix, bringing 2,000 jobs here.
Nikola Motor Co. announced it will establish operations in Buckeye, jump-starting the development of the Douglas Ranch section on the north side of the city. Gov. Doug Ducey called it a "huge announcement" that will include a $1-billion capital investment, with 4,000 construction jobs, too.
Nikola, a privately-held company currently located in Salt Lake City, plans to begin hiring in 2019 for what it calls a highly automated... read more
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