GM Holden Ltd. says it will raise production at its assembly plant in Adelaide, South Australia, to 620 vehicles a day. Chairman and Managing Director Denny Mooney tells the media the auto maker currently is building between 560 and 580 cars over two shifts. "One of my primary objectives is to keep the plant running at capacity, whether it be with domestic or export demands," he says. "The plant is currently in VE/WM Commodore and Statesman ramp-up mode, and we expect to be at full ...
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