General Motors Corp.’s Pontiac (MI) Assembly Center, which builds fullsize pickup trucks, is the first casualty of the United Auto Workers union strike against American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc. that began Feb. 26. Workers have been told not to report to work after the first shift ends today due to a shortage of parts from AAM needed to build the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra, which share their GMT900 platform with several GM SUVs, the auto maker says. “Beyond that, ...
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