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 = 32.62 -0.54 -1.63%
OPEN = 32.88 HIGH = 33.15 LOW = 32.62

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General Motors Suspends Production at Russian Plant Citing Volatile Ruble
The Moscow Times - 12 hours ago
General Motors Co will suspend production at its St. Petersburg auto assembly plant in Russia from mid-March to mid-May and is raising prices for its products because of the weak and volatile Russian ruble, a company spokesman said Thursday.
GM to suspend production at its Russian plant for two months - Reuters

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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.