MFD Grand Blanc Weld Center

Metal Fabrication Division

10800 S Saginaw St.
Grand Blanc, MI 48439, USA
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Latitude = 42.933032
Longitude = -83.638609

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Latest Financial News

Michigan (And General Motors) To Tesla: Stay Out Of Our State
Fast Company - Oct 21, 2014
According to the Detroit Free Press, the law, which was supported by rival automakers like General Motors, requires all carmakers to distribute vehicles in the state through franchised dealerships.
GM backs anti-Tesla Michigan bill - The Detroit News
Gov. Snyder signs bill banning direct Tesla sales - Detroit Free Press

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Hyundai Genesis receives highest safety score in ANCAP history

Wed, 22 Oct 2014 20:32:57 -0700
Genesis, Hyundai New Zealand’s new flagship luxury sedan, has achieved the highest score in the 21-year history of ANCAP testing - 36.

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Employees - Hourly
411
Employees - Salaried
29
Products
World-Class Tooling Systems (weld guns, weld-tool cells). Recent projects included weld tool cells to support the Chevrolet Volt and Cruze programs and a new, small Chevrolet car in the United States, the Buick Regal program in Canada and a small vehicle program in Brazil.
Plant Size
40 Acres
Site Size
312 Acres
History
The U.S. government constructed the plant in 1942 to produce Sherman tanks. In 1947, the Buick Motor Division leased the plant for service activity, and Fisher Body purchased it in 1951. During the Korean conflict, Fisher Body again produced tanks. In 1955, Fisher Body converted the plant into an automotive body metal fabricating facility. In 1984, GM assigned the plant Buick-Oldsmobile-Cadillac Group. It became part of Cadillac Motor Car Group in 1987 and was realigned with Cadillac/Luxury Car Division in 1992. The plant then became part of GM’s Metal Fabricating Division (MFD) in 1994. In 2002, the plant became GM’s Weld Tool Center. The plant celebrated its 65th anniversary in 2007.
Recent Awards
  • Landfill-free designation
  • GM Chairman's Honor Awards for Team Concept Implementation
  • Top performing GM Suggestion program participant
  • United Way outstanding corporate contributor award
Description
General Motors Grand Blanc Weld Tool Center is a global leader in producing and installing world-class tooling systems.