Affordable Motors Announces that General Motors will Invest $328 Million in Michigan Assembly Plant

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Investment puts all truck manufacturing under one roof

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General Motors recently announced that it would be investing $328 million in its Flint, Michigan plant. The plant currently manufactures full-size pickup trucks, and with the investment, will be undertaking the task of manufacturing all General Motors trucks. Affordable Motors, the leading pickup truck dealer in Brooklyn, New York, is proud of General Mills for making this move.

General Mills is committed to creating jobs. It has a plan to invest $2 billion in its efforts to create or retain 4,000 jobs across 17 facilities. The Flint, Michigan plant will be using the investment to build the next generation of Chevrolet and GMC full size pickup trucks. This will increase its employees from 2,047 to over 2,200.

"This investment will allow us to continue building award-winning full-size pickups that offer better fuel efficiency than ever before without sacrificing features and functionality," said Cathy Clegg, GM vice president of Labor Relations. "We remain committed to providing customers the utility and capability of our world-class full-size pickups."

Sales have been climbing steadily for Chevrolet and GMC pickup trucks.

"Truck sales play an important role in the success of General Motors," said Joe Ashton, UAW-GM vice president. "We are confident that the next-generation of trucks will continue to be an important source of revenue for the company and jobs for our members. Our members are ready to use their abundant talents to build high-quality trucks that deliver exceptional value to our customers."

Affordable Motors, the leading pickup truck dealer in Brooklyn, New York has a great supply of Chevrolet and GMC pickups. When it’s time for a new truck in Brooklyn, Affordable Motors is the number one destination.

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