GM Plans To Add Hundreds Of Jobs At 3 Ohio Plants
According to Automotive News, General Motors plans to add hundreds of jobs at three plants in Ohio.
GM will invest $700 million to expand operations at the three plants, which will add more than 450 jobs.
Those new positions will hopefully land new jobs for workers that were laid-off from the Lordstown Assembly Plant in northeastern Ohio.
The DMAX plant in Moraine, the transmission plant in Toledo, and the metal center in Parma will be expanded to meet new demands for truck and SUV production.
The plants in Toledo and Moraine will increase production of diesel engines and automatic transmissions for trucks and SUVs.
The plant in Parma will expand production of stamped parts and laser welding pieces for assembly.