General Motors Marion Plant
The GM Marion facility, otherwise known as the Marion Metal Center, is located in Marion, Indiana, United States.
The stamping and sheet metal plant is part of the GM Manufacturing Stamping organization and provides blanks, stampings and sheet metal assembly for cars, vans, trucks and SUVs to GM assembly plants throughout North America. The facility was originally founded in 1956 as Fisher Body.
Consisting of a stamping center building and powerhouse, GM Metal Center is located at exit 64 off Interstate 69 and is approximately 42 miles south of Fort Wayne and 64 miles north of Indianapolis.
- Year opened: November 1956
- Facility size: 2.758 million square feet on 167 acres
2400 W Second Street
Marion, Indiana, 46952
- Employee information: 1,610+ on three full shifts
- Union local: UAW Local 977
Products & Production
Blanks, stampings and sheet metal assemblies for cars, vans, trucks and SUVs for models manufactured in North America.
- 2010-2011: added four presses
State Economic Impact
- State Wages: $122,067,331
- Income Tax: $27,125,705
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