February 5, 2015 | The Israeli automotive electronics company Taditel announced that it will establish a new production plant in China. The plant will be located in the city of Changzhou in the Wujin Economic Zone. Some of Taditel’s advanced voltage regulators can be found in vehicles made by GM, Volkswagon, Hyundai, Toyota, Audi, Fiat and more. The new plant will be a part of the CI3 industrial incubator initiative to encourage Israeli companies to manage the production of the product in China, as well as giving them access to the market. Taditel has offices in the United States and in Israel.