The launch of GM Holden’s locally built Cruze hatchback this week raises daily production at its South Australia plant by 50 units to 480 over two shifts, including about 185 Cruze builds. The General Motors subsidiary says addition of the Cruze and a new export program has added about 300 new manufacturing jobs over the past 12 months, improving its efficiency and flexibility. With the Cruze sedan and hatchback being built alongside short- and long-wheelbase Commodore models, GM Holden ...
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