General Motors Corp. plans to begin construction April 5 on an addition to its Ft. Wayne, IN, pickup truck plant that will build composite pickup boxes. GM officials aren't talking about the boxes or what it is costing for tooling at Ft. Wayne, but the new beds could begin appearing on GM Sierra/Silverado pickup trucks within two years. GM currently is in the process of seeking tax abatements from Allen County government officials for the planned factory expansion. The same month ...

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