NEW YORK – A launch team is in place at General Motors Corp.’s Lansing (MI) Grand River assembly plant, as the facility prepares for production of the upcoming Cadillac SRX cross/utility vehicle. The team, consisting of about 40 experts – comprising a cross-section of manufacturing disciplines – is at work in a special off-line shop putting beta parts together in an effort to define the production process that will be used to build the new ’04 SRX in volume beginning June 2003. The ...

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