MFD Indianapolis

Metal Fabrication Division

340 S. White River Pkwy W Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46222, USA
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Latitude / Longitude
Latitude = 39.762139
Longitude = -86.177973

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Ticker Symbol - GM
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Employees - Hourly
628
Employees - Salary
90
Products
Parts produced Box side parts, side panels, front end panels, end gates
Plant Size
2.1 Million sq. ft.
Site Size
102 Acres
Year Opened
1930
Major Investments
Reallocation work from Pennsylvania & Michigan GM Facilities
Awards
2009-Recognized as a "Landfill" free facility
2008 Highest GMS Score in North America / GM Stamping
History
Located in downtown Indianapolis. GM Indianapolis Stamping’s history is rooted in the vehicle manufacturing of the area. In 1884 Parry Manufacturing and the Savern Wheel Company joined with C Spring Cart Company and produced buggies and carts. In 1919 Parry merged with the Martin Company to become Martin-Parry Manufacturing. In 1930 Martin-Parry sold it operations to General Motors. Since that time the Indianapolis facility has had several GM names. Prior to 1982 it was known as Chevrolet Indianapolis. 1982 it became part of GM Truck and Bus Group. Early in 1992, Indianapolis became part of NATP (North American Truck Platforms) and later transferred to the Cadillac Luxury Car Division. After a brief stint in CLCD, Indianapolis became part of the Metal Fabricating Division and currently is a member of GM Manufacturing Stamping.