MORAINE, OH -- With the recent completion of an onsite vehicle corral, General Motors Corp.’s Moraine, OH, assembly plant is saving about $70 per vehicle by not having to ship finished products off-site for storage prior to delivery. Moraine makes GM’s popular Chevy TrailBlazer/GMC Envoy/Olds Bravada SUVs and has capacity to make 310,000 units annually – which means $70 per vehicle adds up quickly. The factory launched the GMT360s in the spring. Until a few weeks ago, TrailBlazers, Envoys, ...

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