General Motors Co. will make an announcement at its Lordstown, OH, assembly plant next week, fueling speculation the auto maker could add an additional shift to support the new-for-’11 Chevy Cruze, or perhaps add the ’12 Chevy Orlando cross/utility vehicle to the facility as widely expected. “We have a press conference scheduled for Tuesday, but we know nothing,” United Auto Workers Local 1112 President Jim Graham tells Ward’s. GM spokeswoman Kim Carpenter also declines to offer further ...
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