General Motors has announced an expansion of the automaker's parts and processing operations. The company is opening a new $65 million warehouse in Michigan.

The site will replace a GM Customer Care and Aftersales division warehouse that's currently located in Burton, MI. The new one will be in the same town, but at 1 million square feet it will be almost 1.5 times larger than the old building.

"We now have room to grow, and a great opportunity to serve our customers even better," Lisa Veneziano, GM's executive director of global aftersales supply chain warehousing and logistics.

The current site employs 650-700 people and sends parts to dealers and garages. They'll move to the new site when it finishes construction in early 2019.

GM's CCA division handles aftermarket parts worldwide for both GM and non-GM vehicles. It distributes through dealers, wholesalers, and auto parts stores. The group sells and markets ACDelco-branded parts and makes sure that service departments are ready for every new GM vehicle launch.