LORDSTOWN, OH – General Motors Co. intends to keep its Chevrolet Cruze assembly plant here running on three shifts as long as demand warrants, using tweaks each model year to keep customers interested in the compact car, a top executive in North America says. “We’re going to run three shifts as long as the customer tells us there is demand for it, and we think it is going to be very, very strong,” GMNA President Mark Reuss tells Ward’s after an event to celebrate the launch of the ...

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