General Motors plans to invest $162 million at one of its Michigan facilities, possibly for a new stamping plant, according to local officials.
The maker is looking at adding a 225,000-square-foot plant at its Lansing Grand River Assembly facility in Lansing, Mich., Bob Trezise, president and CEO, Lansing Economic Area Partnership, told the Detroit News.
Any new plant would follow in the heels of the new $44.5 million, 400,000-square-foot logistics facility next to its Lansing Grand River plant. The new site, which is expected to be finished this year, will add about 200 jobs. There are currently about 1,540 employees. (more…)