GM’s Truck Production Crisis Is Not Over

“However, there is still uncertainty and unpredictability in the semiconductor supply base, and we are actively working with our suppliers to mitigate potential issues moving forward.”

The plant will be inactive beginning on April 4 and, as of now, will resume production on April 19. Interestingly, the second GM plant that builds both trucks, the Silao Assembly in Mexico, is not affected by the latest chip shortage and will remain operating normally. Up north in Flint, Michigan and Ontario, Canada, production of GM’s heavy-duty trucks will continue to remain up and running without any interruptions.

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