ROMULUS, MI – General Motors Corp. credits its Global Manufacturing System – an extension of company-wide ongoing lean-manufacturing initiatives – with making its Romulus powertrain facility North America’s most-efficient V-8 engine plant for the second straight year, according to Harbour and Associates, Inc. Romulus Engine Operations machines and assembles five GM engines, the 4.3L V-6, 4.8L and 5.3L V-8s and two different versions of the 6L V-8. The plant originally began production in ...
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