The first shipment of Australian-made components for Nissan electric vehicles is on its way to Japan. The aluminum components made at the Nissan Casting Australia Plant in Dandenong, Victoria, include the inverter case, inverter water jacket and water jacket cover for EVs such as the Nissan Leaf. The facility is operating three shifts, six days a week, and employs 140 full-time employees who this year will produce more than 2 million aluminum castings, most of them exported to Nissan ...

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