General Motors Co. will be investing $632 million into its Fort Wayne, Indiana, assebly plant. The project is designed to allow the facility to produce internal combustion engines (ICEs) for full-size, light-duty trucks. GM’s investment will allow the company to procure new conveyors, tooling and equipment in the plant’s body and general assembly areas. The plant currently produces the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500.
In a recent quote, Gerald Johnson, executive vice president, Global Manufacturing and Sustainability, said, "Today we are announcing a significant investment to continue our industry-leading full-size truck business by preparing Fort Wayne Assembly to build the next-generation ICE full-size light-duty pickups. This investment reflects our commitment to our loyal truck customers and the hard work of the dedicated Fort Wayne team.”
Investing in American Manufacturing - 2023
This map shows where manufacturers are choosing to invest their resources, whether they are building new production facilities or expanding existing plants.