Global Engine Manufacturing Alliance (GEMA)

5800 North Ann Arbor Road
Dundee, MI 48131, USA
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Chrysler - Global Engine Manufacturing Alliance (GEMA)
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Latitude = 41.9801877
Longitude = -83.6730021

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Euro weakness, exports lift southern Europe car output

Wed, 04 Mar 2015 08:53:10 -0800
By Agnieszka Flak GENEVA (Reuters) - While southern Europe is experiencing at best a patchy economic recovery, the outlook for the region's car makers is a little less bumpy thanks to the weak euro, cheaper oil and labour reforms. At the Geneva auto show, industry executives have warned against overoptimism about what might yet be temporary windfalls for Italy, Spain and Portugal, where a six ...

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Floor Space
1.16 Million Sq. Ft.
275 (100 acres landscaped as authentic Michigan prairie)
2.0- and 2.4-liter I-4 naturally aspirated engines for Jeep® Compass, Jeep Patriot, Dodge Caliber, Dodge Avenger, Dodge Journey, Chrysler Sebring Sedan and Chrysler Sebring Convertible.
274 (204 hourly; 70 salaried) on two shifts
Plant History

The ground breaking for the new plant, a joint venture between Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, Hyundai Motor Company and DaimlerChrysler Corporation, took place in April 2003 and was completed in 2004. GEMA’s facilities use a unique business model with lean manufacturing principles and innovative operating patterns to achieve world class efficiencies. The North Plant launched in October 2005, followed by the South Plant in November 2006. In December 2009, Chrysler Group announced a $179 million investment to launch production of an advanced technology, fuel-efficient 1.4-liter engine for the North American market, a collaboration between Chrysler Group and Fiat powertrain groups.

The Global Engine Manufacturing Alliance (GEMA) machines and assembles cylinder blocks (aluminum), cylinder heads (aluminum), and crankshafts (steel).

$803 million announced in 2003; $179 million announced in December 2009