Nearly All GM Plants in the U.S. Will be Online Next Week
Nearly all of General Motors’ U.S. assembly plants will be running next week, as the automaker said production would restart at its two Lansing, Mich., factories.
Lansing Grand River Assembly will resume production Monday, ahead of schedule. Cadillac CT4 and CT5 production at the plant has been idle since May 10th, and Chevrolet Camaro production has been down since Sept. 13th because of the global microchip shortage.
Lansing Delta Township Assembly will also restart next week, as planned. It builds the Chevy Traverse and Buick Enclave crossovers. Production has been down since July 19th.
GM’s plants in Ramos Arizpe and San Luis Potosi, Mexico, and Ingersoll, Ontario, will remain down next week because of the chip crisis.