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JANESVILLE, Wis. -- General Motors Corp. said Wednesday that it plans to invest $175 million into its truck assembly plant here.

The company plans to use the money to renovate the plant’s body shop and general assembly areas. The work on the plant about 85 miles southwest of Milwaukee is scheduled to begin this year.

GM officials said specific product information would be released later.

The plant produces the Chevy Tahoe and Suburban and the GMC Yukon and Yukon XL. The plant, which opened in 1919 and employs about 3,900 people, produced nearly 258,000 vehicles in 2003.

“GM’s $175 million investment marks a great day for GM Janesville, because it secures the future of the men and woman that work at the plant for years to come,” Joe Spielman, GM vice president and general manager of vehicle manufacturing said in a statement.

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That plant is very old, I bet their just going to update it and bring it up to 21st century standards.

They dont even have Air Conditioning in that plant.
 

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Poor GM employess, working in conditions without AC, they should have AC
GM powertrains near my house seem to be getting old too, and they need to clean the parking lot!! MAN


Rather work at GM Headquarters in Detroit
 
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