GM to Build $200 Million Stamping Facility & Create 180 Jobs in TX
The new facility will produce large stamping components for the next generation of full-size Chevrolet Tahoes, Suburbans, GMC Yukons and Cadillac Escalades. Currently the Arlington complex receives stamped components from several GM plants, with some parts coming from more than 1,000 miles away.
This announcement is the first manufacturing investment by GM in 2012. Since June 2009, the company has announced more than $6.9 billion of investment to upgrade or expand operations in 12 states, creating or retaining more than 17,600 jobs.
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