MILFORD, MI – General Motors Corp.’s Flint, MI, commercial-truck assembly plant has delayed the addition of a second shift to Oct. 4 in order to hire more workers, Ward’s learns. GM had intended to add a second shift to Flint’s current 1-shift operation by mid-September in order to meet rising demand for its Chevy Kodiak and GMC TopKick medium-duty rigs. But sales have escalated faster than expected, and GM wants more workers for the second shift than originally planned. GM is adding ...
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