DETROIT – Construction continues at a fever pitch at Global Engine Mfg. Alliance LLC’s (GEMA’s) Dundee, MI, manufacturing plant, where more than 50% of the crank line has been installed in the first plant. Workers will begin erecting steel at the second plant within the next few weeks. Bruce Coventry, president of GEMA, tells Ward’s besides the progress on the crankcase line, nearly 30% of the block line is complete in the first plant, as is 20% of the head line. GEMA President Bruce ...

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