General Motors will spend $244 million to make its idled Spring Hill, TN, assembly plant into a swing facility capable of building a number of vehicles, starting next year with the Chevy Equinox. The auto maker says today Spring Hill assembly will produce “a variety of products on a range of platforms” to help maintain production of vehicles when their home plants shut down for retooling. GM says Spring Hill also would enable the auto maker to react more quickly to sales spikes. The ...
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