INTERACTIVE MAP

Impacted U.S. GM Plants

Under GM’s restructuring plan, the automakers’s manufacturing facilities will be reduced to 33 by 2012. Three distribution centers will also be eliminated.

 

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By Nathaniel Vaughn Kelso and Mary Kate Canistra The Washington Post


PLANT STATUS/TIMING
(date listed or sooner depending on market demand)
HOURLY
WORKERS
Assembly
Orion, Mich. Standby Capacity - September 2009
3,190
Pontiac, Mich. Close - October 2009
1,370
Spring Hill, Tenn. Standby Capacity - November 2009
2,447
Wilmington, Del. Close - July 2009
966
Stamping
Grand Rapids, Mich. Close - June 2009 (previously announced)
Indianapolis, Ind. Close - December 2011
620
Mansfield, Ohio Close - June 2010
1,202
Pontiac, Mich. Standby Capacity - December 2010
829
Powertrain
Livonia Engine, Mich. Close - June 2010
83
Flint North Components, Mich. Close - December 2010
566
Willow Run Site, Mich. Close - December 2010
1,178
Parma Components, Ohio Close - December 2010
37
Fredericksburg Components, Va. Close - December 2010
68
Massena Castings, N.Y. Closed - May 1, 2009 (previously announced)
SERVICE & PARTS OPERATIONS (SPO)
Warehousing & Parts Distribution Centers
Boston, Mass. Close – December 31, 2009
66
Jacksonville, Fla. Close – December 31, 2009
66
Columbus, Ohio Close – December 31, 2009
60

SOURCES: Associated Press, General Motors

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