Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) hopes your Legacy will include a Tribeca parked Outback, all of which are made by SIA for the North American market. Boasting an annual capacity of more than 300,000 units per eight-hour shift, SIA is a wholly owned subsidiary of
The company has a 832-acre site area, 620-acre improved area, and 3,367,242 square feet building area footprint at its Lafayette, Indiana plant. In 2013 the company produced 271,583 vehicles. Models built included the Subaru Legacy, Outback, and Tribeca.
The company operates under the Automobile segment of
Because Subaru sales have been increasing in North America, especially for the Outback and Legacy, SIA is spending about $75 million to expand its plant by 52,000 sq. ft. in a project that is scheduled to conclude in 2014.
It is also focusing on increasing the production capacity of SIA vehicles to 200,000 units a year by 2015. Through an additional $400 million investment, the parent company's plan is to expand SIA production capacity to 300,000 units a year in 2017.
As part of its expansion plans, SIA sends engineers to Japan to participate in a new automobile development planning.
SIA is the only US auto manufacturer to be designated a Backyard Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation.
The company was founded in 1987 as a joint venture between Fuji Heavy Industries and
5500 STATE RD 38 E
Lafayette, IN 47905-9405
Phone: 1 (765) 449-1111
Employer Type: Privately Owned
EVP: Tom Easterday
CFO and Treasurer: Koji Morikawa
President and CEO: Toshiaki Tamegai
Employees (This Location): 5,500
Employees (All Locations): 10,902