General Motors to add shifts at Delta plant


General Motors is adding additional shifts that will restore 2,400 jobs in three states, including the GM plant in Delta Township, Michigan. The Lansing plant will begin building Chevy Traverse. That vehicle is currently manufactured at the Spring Hill Assembly plant in Tennessee, which will cease production in November but remain on standby. The new shift at the Lansing plant is scheduled to begin April 2010.

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Bonnie Bucqueroux teaches at Michigan State University's School of Journalism and experiments with citizen journalism, including co-publishing Lansing Online News with Bill Castanier. They also co-host a radio show Mondays at 7 p.m. on LCC Radio - WLNZ - 89.7.

3 responses to “General Motors to add shifts at Delta plant”

  1. renee sessions

    How dfo I apply for the job at GM?

  2. Brian Senters

    would like to know how to apply?

  3. Michael Wardell

    Hello I am Mike Wardell – I put in 10 Years a GMTB Pontiac Mi. – was a Line worker to Machine set Up to Supervisor – to Engineer in training – I am now in FL – looking to go back to GM as a Supervisor etc. Have Many Skills and a Great Education” Will Relocate NOW – How to I apply where it will work?

    Best Regard,
    Michael D Wardell

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