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Ecomotors International average salary is $107,000, median salary is $107,000 with a salary range from $107,000 to $107,000.
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Ehs Site Manager 4 107,000-107,000 Clearwater, FL, 33755 2011 Ecomotors International Ehs Site Manager 4 Salaries (1)
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  • EcoMotors International
  • Industry: Auto Manufacturers
  • City: Allen Park, MI
  • At EcoMotors International, we believe that advancements in technology are key to a greener world. Our engineers and designers are working to develop new engines and technologies for a wide range of propulsion and power-generation applications. We are passionate about our work and proud that our efforts contribute to a cleaner, healthier, more sustainable future.One of our goals is to demonstrate, in 2010, the automobile industry's first 5-passenger car capable of 100 mpg on the EPA highway cycle.