General Motors Corp. announces a $48 million investment for its GM Powertrain Bedford Foundry in Indiana, where workers produce 6-speed transmission cases and converter housings. The plant investment covers facility renovations and new machinery and tooling to support increased volume of the transmission components. The 63-year-old foundry serves as an aluminum melting, die casting and permanent mold facility, making transmission casings for GM Powertrain facilities in Ypsilanti and ...

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