General Motors Co. is the latest U.S. auto maker to be hit with a parts shortage as a result of a strike at a supplier in India. GM says it temporarily will shut down its Lansing Delta Township (MI) plant that builds the GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave cross/utility vehicles starting Nov. 2. due to a shortage of transmission parts from Rico Auto Industries Ltd., located in the district of Gurgaon, near India’s capital city of Delhi. GM’s Delta plant employs 2,700 workers and produces 390 ...
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