LANSING, MI – General Motors Corp.’s Lordstown, OH, and Orion, MI, assembly facilities will be the next to be implemented with a manufacturing technology new to GM that saves money and factory floor space while increasing production flexibility. Gary Cowger outlines GM's new C-Flex manufacturing technology. GM has been using the programmable body shop tooling, called C-Flex, at its plants in Moraine, OH, and Oklahoma City. GM’s Lansing Grand River plant here is the auto maker’s ...

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