Extra shift to help Holden meet GTO commitment. CANBERRA – Holden Ltd., GM's high-flying Australian subsidiary, will add a third shift to its Elizabeth, South Australia, plant in June. The expansion program will enable Holden to pursue new export opportunities and increase the number of models produced at the plant from 28 to 35. Holden also will build a A$4 million ($2.3 million) virtual reality studio it says will make the Australian facility one of the most high-tech ...
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