GM Holden Ltd. will cut 25 production days from the first quarter, which will reduce output by 15,000 vehicles. The auto maker has advised its Adelaide plant of its plan to ride out the worsening market conditions. A spokeswoman tells Ward’s in an email the downtime includes some scheduled days off and workers’ leave entitlements. “Reflecting the continuing uncertainty in GM Holden’s markets, the Holden Vehicle Operations first-quarter production schedule has been announced to ...
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