GM Production: Semiconductor Shortage’s Impact
Semiconductor supply remains an issue that is affecting the entire industry. GM’s Global Purchasing and Supply Chain, Engineering and Manufacturing teams continue to find creative solutions and make strides working with their supply base to mitigate the impacts of the situation. The semiconductor shortage remains a fluid issue and GM continues to focus on leveraging every available semiconductor to build and ship their most popular products to their customers.
GM has confirmed the following impacts to production at several of their assembly plants:
- Spring Hill Assembly (Tennessee) and Ramos Assembly (Mexico) will both resume full production on Monday, August 9th.
- Both plants had been down since Monday, July 19th.
- Spring Hill builds the Cadillac XT5, Cadillac XT6 and GMC Acadia.
- Ramos builds the Chevrolet Blazer and Chevrolet Equinox.
- Flint Assembly (Michigan), Silao Assembly (Mexico) and Ft. Wayne Assembly (Indiana) will all take downtime for the week of August 9th. GM expects all three plants to resume full production on Monday, August 16th.
- Flint builds the Chevrolet Silverado HD and GMC Sierra HD trucks.
- Ft. Wayne builds the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 models.
- Silao builds the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and Cheyenne (for Mexico) and GMC Sierra 1500.
- Lansing Delta Township Assembly (Michigan) will add an additional week of downtime (week of August 9th).
- LDT had been scheduled to resume production Monday, August 9th and has been down since Monday, July 19th.
- Lansing Delta Township builds the Chevrolet Traverse and the Buick Enclave.
- San Luis Potosi Assembly (Mexico) and CAMI Assembly (Canada) will add an additional two weeks of downtime (weeks of August 23th and August 30th).
- Both San Luis Potosi and CAMI had been scheduled to resume production Monday, August 23th and has been down since Monday, July 19th.
- San Luis Potosi builds the Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain.
- CAMI builds the Chevrolet Equinox.