General Motors plans to bring about 600 jobs back from Mexico to a new industrial park it is building in Texas. The workers will be employed by companies that supply parts for a GM assembly plant.
(Reuters) - U.S. automaker General Motors Co said on Friday it plans to open a manufacturing facility for its suppliers at its Arlington assembly plant in Texas, adding more than 850 new jobs.
GM’s new Arlington, Texas supplier park will create 850 new jobs, 600 of which were located in foreign countries
GM plans to increase efficiency at its Arlington, Texas, assembly plant by locating suppliers closer to home with a new park, bringing jobs from Mexico into the U.S.
General Motors said it would open a supplier park near its Arlington, Texas, sport-utility factory, resulting in the relocation of about 600 jobs from Mexico to the U.S.
GM said it will open a supplier park near its sport-utility factory in Arlington, Texas, leading to the relocation of 600 jobs from Mexico to the U.S.