Auto recovery would bode well for Jan...

Auto recovery would bode well for Janesville GM facility

There are 2 comments on the The Janesville Gazette story from Sep 22, 2011, titled Auto recovery would bode well for Janesville GM facility. In it, The Janesville Gazette reports that:

Most noteworthy in these parts is a product commitment of two mid-size vehicles to the Spring Hill assembly plant, which GM closed in 2009 but retained along with the Janesville plant in its reorganization.

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John

Lawrenceburg, TN

#1 Sep 24, 2011
GM Spring Hill was never closed!!

Since: May 11

Spring Hill, TN

#2 Sep 24, 2011
John wrote:
GM Spring Hill was never closed!!
It's a technical GM term, they Closed the "Assembly" Plant.
But they still make engines (Parts).

Assembly plant vs Parts plant.
'Assembly' assembles all the "parts" into a complete vehicle.

"Most noteworthy in these parts is a product commitment of two mid-size vehicles to the Spring Hill assembly plant, which GM closed in 2009 but retained along with the Janesville plant in its reorganization."

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