Saturn Corp.'s totally revamped Wilmington, DE, plant is in a slow ramp-up mode for assembling its new large sedan and station wagon models, scheduled to appear in showrooms later this year. At the same time, intensive training of the plant's 2,500 employees is under way. “We have spent 40,000 hours of training in our new team concept in the last three weeks alone,” says Harvey Thomas, Wilmington plant manager. The interior of the old facility was completely gutted right down to the ...

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