Holden production up more than 35% in 2011 driven largely by Cruze hatch and sedan.
GM Holden is restructuring its vehicle-manufacturing operations in South Australia to improve productivity and manage the impact of the high Australian dollar. While most Holden Vehicle Operations will continue to operate on two shifts, the General Motors subsidiary will introduce a single shift in general assembly that will maintain volume while reducing build time and cutting costs on each vehicle. GM Holden also is moving to a new 60-second production cycle by May, giving the auto ...
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