GM to Restart Several Plants in Coming Month
General Motors plans to restart production at several assembly plants affected by the global microchip shortage over the next month. “The chip crisis remains fluid globally but the supply chain team has made strides to mitigate the impact,” said GM spokesman David Barnas.
– GM plans to resume production at CAMI Assembly in Ontario on June 14th which builds the popular Chevy Equinox.
– The San Luis Potosi Assembly (Equinox & Terrain) and the Ramos Arizpe Assembly (Blazer & Equinox) will reopen on May 31st.
– Lansing Grand River in Michigan will restart production of the Chevy Camaro June 21st. Cadillac CT4 and CT5 production will remain down through the week of June 28th, but limited production of the 2022 CT4-V Blackwing and CT5-V Blackwing will begin in early June.
– Fairfax Assembly in Kansas which builds the Chevy Malibu and Cadillac XT4 will remain down through at least the week of July 5th as planned.