ORION, MI – By recycling equipment and reducing the use of contract workers, General Motors Corp. saved about $40 million while preparing its assembly plant here to build the all-new Pontiac G6 midsize sedan. The 4.1 million-sq.-ft. (380,902-sq.-m) facility recently wrapped up pilot production of 40 non-salable G6s, and will complete today the first three builds of some 400 salable models. Job 1 is scheduled for early August, according to Gene Stefanyshyn, GM vehicle line executive-midsize ...
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