GM spending $30M on Mo. Upgrade to improve full-size van production
Aug 05, 2005 | 06:47 AM
| Philip Burgert
General Motors Corp., Detroit, will spend about $30 million to upgrade two stamping presses at the company's Wentzville, Mo., plant and improve production of full-size vans.The investment will replace mechanical workings on the AA3X transfer presses with electronic systems. "The conversion will increase the performance and the flexibility of the presses and provide....
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