General Motors’ Lansing Grand River assembly plant is back up and running after a six week shutdown for necessary upgrades as of July 18. The plant was idled so that The General could retool the plant and remove old tooling used for the now-gone Cadillac STS and thus make way for the upcoming Cadillac ATS, which will be launch late next year. The ATS will be built alongside the CTS sedan, coupe, and wagon.
The plant has seen $278 million in improvements since October 2010.
Source: Lansing State Journal