General Motors Corp. today (Jan. 31) will officially dedicate the site of its new assembly plant under construction in Lansing, MI, while pulling the curtain back on a new production system it says will put it a step ahead of the competition. The new Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant will utilize the best lean and flexible manufacturing techniques in place at GM facilities around the world — and then go a step better — when it begins pilot production of next-generation Cadillac Cateras in ...

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