General Motors Thailand breaks ground on an expansion of its $66 million paint shop facility in Rayong. GM Thailand President William Botwick says the $46 million first phase of the expansion will be fully operational by next May, raising plant output to more than 160,000 units annually from its current 110,000. GM Rayong plant “Our existing paint capabilities could only meet requirements through 2006 due to the tremendous growth we've experienced across the region,” he tells the ...

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