TOURRETTES, France – When General Motors Corp. opens a new plant in Delta Township, MI, in 2006 it will be equipped with a new manufacturing technology that allows vehicles based on different platforms to be built on the same assembly line. Called Tru-Flex, the system is an extension of the C-Flex body-shop technology GM currently uses at several assembly plants. C-Flex in use at Lansing Cadillac plant. “Tru-Flex is taking the C-Flex concept, changing the geometry of the CAD system ...

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