GM Expands Wentzville Assembly in Missouri

General Motors is now looking to go for better expansion plans that can help them to expand their business and portfolio. The company recently made an announcement that they are going to expand their Wentzville Assembly that will also accommodate the production of Chevrolet Colorado. General Motors said that they have broken the ground for their new $380 million plant expansion in Wentzville, Missouri. Chevrolet Colorado is a newly designed mid-size pickup truck and the expansion plant will not only create more construction jobs but also create more jobs in the future since there will be new assembly line for the manufacturing of Chevrolet Colorado.

General Motors’ Wentzville Plant Manager, John Dansby who was also present at the ceremony said that the new expansion project will create 1,260 hourly jobs. However, this could not be possible without the support of the local community that has their share of hard work. He also said that the support and presence of the local community is the strength that supports their efforts. General Motors said that this expansion plan will also benefit the local community as they will be the first that can apply for the jobs. Currently, Wentzville Assembly manufactures Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana.

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