LANSING – General Motors Corp. ceremoniously launches production of the ’03 Cadillac CTS at its new high-tech Lansing (MI) Grand River Assembly Center. The plant is the first new GM assembly facility to be built in the U.S. in 12 years and is the latest chapter in GM’s effort to revolutionize its manufacturing processes into lean, cost-efficient operations. "Lansing Grand River is a milestone not only for GM but for America as well,” says GM North America President Gary Cowger. “We’re ...
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