Source: U.S. manufacturing investments spark positive reactions from GM team members in Flint, Arlington, and Fort Wayne

DETROIT, MI— Throughout June 2023, GM announced a handful of major assembly plant investments, including four U.S. manufacturing facilities – Flint Assembly, Flint Metal Center, Fort Wayne Assembly, and Arlington Assembly. 

Flint Assembly

On June 5th, 2023, GM announced it would invest $788 million to prepare the plant to assemble GM's next-generation ICE HD trucks. Plant updates will include a body shop building expansion, general assembly conveyor expansion, and new tooling and equipment.

Flint Metal Center

Also, in Flint, Michigan, GM will invest $233 million for new stamping dies to support the production of GM's next-generation ICE HD trucks at its Metal Center, press refurbishments, and new equipment. Flint is recognized as the birthplace of GM with four local facilities, including Flint Tool and Die and Flint Engine Operations, in addition to Flint Assembly and Flint Metal Center.

Arlington Assembly

There are 5,000+ team members at Arlington, Texas Assembly dedicated to full-size SUV production. GM is investing more than $500 million to update the paint shop, tooling, and conveyor expansion. GM has announced nearly $2 billion in investments for Arlington Assembly since 2013.

Fort Wayne

For almost 40 years, GM's Fort Wayne team has produced more than 1,300 trucks per day. The plant in Texas just celebrated the ten millionth truck to be assembled onsite. The additional investment of $632 million will support new conveyors, tooling, and equipment in the body and general assembly areas. 

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