GMVM Lordstown

General Motors Vehicle Manufacturing

2300 Hallock Young Rd. SW
Warren, OH 44481, USA
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Latitude = 41.144263
Longitude = -80.880373

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Employees - Hourly
4150
Employees - Salary
350
Products
Chevrolet Cruze (Last Chevrolet Cobalt Produced on 6/23/10)
Year Opened
  • Vehicle Assembly 1966
  • Metal Center 1970
  • Paint Shop 2004
Recent Major Investments
Chevrolet Cruze Readiness - $351 million
Plant Size
6 Million sq. ft.
Recent Awards
  • 2009 Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber - top manufacturing expansion award
  • 2009 United Way outstanding corporate contributor award
  • 2008 PACE Award, Green Logic paint detackification process, Paint Shop
  • 2008 Wildlife Habitat Council Recertification & Site Recognition Award
  • 2006/2007 PMN Outstanding People & Community Leadership Awards
Description

General Motors Lordstown Complex is the proud maker of the Chevrolet Cruze. It is among the the most productive and highest volume single line vehicle assembly facilities in the world with total volume at over 14-million vehicles since production started in 1966. In September 2010, the complex officially launched and started shipping the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze.

Most Lordstown team members are represented by United Autoworker Locals 1112 and 1714.

Lordstown Complex is located off the Ohio Turnpike (Interstate 80) twenty miles west of the Ohio-Pennsylvania border.