DETROIT – The 10-year independence of General Motors Corp.’s Metal Fabricating Div. will end by January, when the operations are integrated into GM’s Vehicle Manufacturing unit as part of the company's ongoing effort to improve efficiency. No job cuts are planned as part of the Metal Fabricating Div.’s merger with Vehicle Manufacturing, a GM spokesman tells Ward’s. Jerry Elson, chief of GM Vehicle Operations, is retiring Dec. 31. GM also announces the Dec. 31 retirement of 40-year ...

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