FAIRFAX, KS – General Motors Corp. has plans to add a third shift to its Chevy Malibu assembly plant here in late April 2004 if the all-new midsize car is a sales hit. "That’s the plan," says Troy Clarke, GM vice president-Manufacturing and Labor Relations, while touring the facility, which has been shuttered since February to prepare for Malibu production. "That’s what we’re looking forward to. We’ll let the market decide. That’s why we want to bring the Maxx (an extended wagon version of ...

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