General Motors Corp. will cut Cadillac Catera/Opel Omega production to one shift at the Adam Opel AG plant in Russelsheim, Germany, beginning Aug. 16, following a three-week vacation/retooling shutdown that kicks off later this month. Currently, Russelsheim operates two shifts for Opel Vectra assembly and a full and “mini” shift for the '99 Catera/Omega. The cutback will reduce daily Catera/Omega production from 417 units to 390, says Horst Bach, an assistant vehicle line executive for ...

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