Planning is well underway for production of the Cadillac roadster at General Motors Corp.'s Bowling Green, KY, plant, says David C. Hill, vehicle line executive for GM's performance cars. “We will have more revenue from the plant when we make two important brands instead of one,” he points out. Bowling Green is expected to produce 33,500 Corvettes this year. “We've worked every available overtime hour to meet Corvette demand,” Mr. Hill says. Only about 127 additional workers — the ...
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