GMVM Pontiac

General Motors Vehicle Manufacturing

2100 S. Opdyke Rd.
Pontiac, MI 48341, USA
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Latitude = 42.611897
Longitude = -83.251497

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CURRENT = 31.05 +0.32 +1.04%
OPEN = 30.81 HIGH = 31.295 LOW = 30.64

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General Motors faulty-switch compensation claims rise
Reuters - Dec 15, 2014
(Reuters) - General Motors Co (GM.N) has received 64 claims for compensation for ignition switch defects in its cars in the past week, bringing the total to 2,326, according to the official administering the compensation program.
General Motors Company (GM) To Pay Additional Compensation Claims for ... - StockWise Daily

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Production History
  • Chevrolet Silverado (2008 CY produced-56,210)
  • GMC Sierra (2008 CY Produced-20,491)
  • 2008 CY Production Total 76,701 
Year Opened
1972
Plant Size
3.4 Million sq. ft.
Past Awards
  • 2008 J. D Power IQS "Best in Segment" Winner
  • 2007 J. D Power IQS "Best in Segment" Winner
  • 2007 Motor Trend Truck of the Year
  • 2007 Make a Wish Outstanding Contribution Award
  • 2006 J. D Power IQS "Best in Segment" Winner
  • 2006 through 2008 Awarded Stream Leaders Certificates of Appreciation
  • 2006 Michigan Clean Corporate Citizen Award
  • 2005 J. D Power IQS "Best in Segment" Winner
Description

Pontiac Assembly Center was built in 1972 for the production of medium-duty trucks and became part of the Truck & Bus Group ten years later. In 1985, when medium-duty production was consolidated with heavy-duty production at our sister plant - Pontiac Central - we shut down to begin the major renovations necessary for a then-new full-size pickup program.

Additional floor space of 712,000 square feet, including a second floor paint facility, was added. Production of the full size pickups began in Decemer 1986.