General Motors Corp. says it will invest some $30 million in its Wentzville, MO, manufacturing complex to upgrade two presses in the plant’s stamping facility. Wentzville builds the Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana fullsize vans. The investment will replace mechanical workings with electronic systems on two AA3X transfer presses. “The conversion will increase the performance and flexibility of the presses and provide the Wentzville stamping facility with new technology to produce high ...

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