MFD Parma

Metal Fabrication Division

5400 Chevrolet Blvd.
Parma, OH 44130, USA
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Latitude / Longitude
Latitude = 41.413137
Longitude = -81.768811

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Ticker Symbol - GM
CURRENT = 30.78 +0.06 +0.20%
OPEN = 30.57 HIGH = 31.03 LOW = 30.45

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This company is not affiliated with another location
Employees - Hourly
1275
Employees - Salary
175
Products
Stamping - Metal Assemblies for Chevrolet, Cadillac, Buick, and GMC products including Vans, Crossovers, Sedans, Pickup Trucks, SUVs, & Large Utility Vehicles.
Year Opened
  • 1948 Metal Center & Transmission Plant
  • 1970 Powertrain Plant
Recent Major Investments
  • Stamping Consolidation Implementation - Current
  • Progressive Press Systems 1999 - $90 million
Plant Size
2.3 Million sq. ft.
Recent Awards
  • Civic Star Award for partnership with the Parma Schools through the "World in Motion" Program.
  • Achieved "Zero Landfill" status by recycling or reusing all normal plant wastes and no longer sending any production waste to landfills.
Description
General Motors Parma Metal Center processes over 1,000 tons of steel per day and services 41 customers. Parma has over 1,400 total dies and is capable of producing up to 100-million parts this year. Press lines include major progressive, transfer and conventional presses. The Parma Metal Center is located near Interstate 480 between West 130th Street and Tiedeman Road about five miles east of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.