PARIS – Plastic Omnium will build a new $35 million plant in Mexico in 2004 to provide bumpers for General Motors Corp.’s GMT900 vehicle program, the replacements for the Chevrolet Suburban and Avalanche and Cadillac Escalade. At full production, Plastic Omnium expects revenue of $60 million a year from the facility, which will be located in Silao, 5 miles (8 km) from the GM assembly plant there. Shipments begin in late 2005. New Plastic Omnium plant will supply bumpers for Chevy ...

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