November 22, 2014

General Motors invests US$ 200-million in two Michigan plants

General Motors will invest US$ 200-million in its Orion Assembly and Pontiac Metal Center plants to prepare for a future vehicle program.

Orion will receive US$ 160-million for tooling and equipment, and Pontiac will receive US$ 40-million for new dies. These investments
are part of the nearly US$ 300-million in Michigan-based investments that GM CEO Mary Barra referenced in a speech at the Detroit Economic Club.

"Today's announcement is a shot in the arm for these two terrific plants known for their teamwork and employee engagement," said Cathy Clegg, Vice-President, GM North America Manufacturing. "We're committed to growing our brands and producing the highest-quality and safest vehicles for our customers."


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