FLINT, MI – General Motor Co.’s manufacturing chief says a heavy-duty pickup plant here is on the brink of moving to three shifts and joining a growing number of the auto maker’s North American facilities running at or near capacity. “We’re running hard out here,” says Larry Zahner, manufacturing manager at GM. “We think at some point in time we’ll be on three shifts. “It’s all market demand, but the (HD pickup) market is moving very well for us right now,” he tells Ward’s on the ...

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