General Motors has announced it will invest $5.4 billion in US facilities
General Motors has announced it will invest $5.4 billion in US facilities.
The American company is detailing only three of its factory investments with the largest of them being $520 million for “tooling and equipment for future new vehicle programs” at the Lansing Delta Township factory.
What’s more, GM will also put $139.5 million in a new body shop and stamping facility at the Pre-Production Operations center in Warren. Finally, the producer will invest $124 million into the Pontiac Metal Center.
“These investments are evidence of a company on the move, strategically investing in the people, tools and equipment to produce cars, trucks and crossovers that are built to win in the marketplace, with stunning design, quality and breakthrough technologies,” GM North America President Alan Batey commented.