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USA: New Automodular Ohio plant to supply Chevrolet Cobalt factory
16 Mar 2004
Source: just-auto.com editorial team

Automodular Corp. will open a 70,000-square-foot plant in Lordstown, Ohio, to support recent contracts from General Motors.

Dow Jones said production is expected to begin in early 2005 and annual sales at the plant are expected to be about $C5 million.

Automodular reportedly said it will sub-assemble and sequence components for the new General Motors Cobalt vehicle to be produced in GM's Lordstown, Ohio assembly plant.

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Is this the same Automod that builds the IP's, Rear IRS and sequences parts for the Saturn L series. Or is this another company named Auotmod?
From what I understand,the Automod for the L series was started by retired Salery people from the Saturn plant in Delaware.
 

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Originally posted by gmlinedog@May 1 2004, 11:28 PM
Is this the same Automod that builds the IP's, Rear IRS and sequences parts for the Saturn L series. Or is this another company named Auotmod?
From what I understand,the Automod for the L series was started by retired Salery people from the Saturn plant in Delaware.
Dont know if they are true, but we too in Lansing have that story of how a superintendant retired from one of our plants, then created Tec-Mar. They do a lot of our sequencing and sub-assembling. Either these are just fiction, or some really smart retirees.
 
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