The Wyoming, Michigan, assembly plant was part of General Motors’ larger commitment to invest billions in U.S. auto manufacturing in 2015, and the automaker is ready to showcase improvements made.
Local ABC news affiliate WZZM 13 reported on Tuesday that GM will show off improvements made to the plant today. The improvements come after GM invested $115 million in the facility three years ago.
The facility makes precision parts used in Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles and employs more than 800 workers. The figure is up from around 500 workers in 2015. That year, GM announced it would add around 300 new positions at the plant.
The 75-year-old plant reportedly gained modern equipment to support continued precision part production.