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General Motors Invests $119 Million To Expand Its Components Holding Plant In Wyoming, Michigan

General Motors will invest $119 million in tools and equipment to support production of future vehicle components at its Grand Rapids Operations facility, by expanding its Components Holding Plant In Wyoming, Michigan. The expansion will create approximately 300 future jobs.

The plant currently has approximately 500 employees on three shifts and produces a variety of precision-machined automotive engine components used in Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles.

“This investment in the future recognizes the excellent workforce at Grand Rapids Operations” said GM North America Manufacturing Manager Scott Whybrew. “It also demonstrates GM’s collaboration with our UAW partners to innovate and bring tangible benefits to our customers.”

The investment in the GM Components Holdings, plant is part of the $5.4 billion investment in U.S. facilities that GM announced April 30, with approximately $3 billion identified to date. Today’s news of 300 future plant jobs represents nearly half of the 650 planned employee additions within GM.

“By working together, UAW members and GM are making a difference in communities across the United States,” said UAW Vice President Cindy Estrada. “These investments represent the power of our partnership and collective bargaining to create jobs and improve competitiveness, quality and our manufacturing base in this country.”


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