Assembly Plants -- North America
Honda to stick with N.A. production plans for now, CEO saysMon, 21, Nov 2016
Honda will stick with its North American production plans as it waits to see if U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will follow through on a campaign pledge to dump the North American Free Trade Agreement when he takes office, the automaker's CEO said today.
Unifor labor deals leave unanswered questionsSat, 12, Nov 2016
Breaking down barriers to Ram launchMon, 19, Sep 2016
Brampton paint shop up for negotiation, FCA saysSat, 03, Sep 2016
GM's latest innovation is a real grabberMon, 11, Jul 2016
Honda and Toyota have their promotional robots, Asimo and Partner, to show off each company's engineering expertise. But a General Motors innovation - the RoboGlove - is headed to production and could prove handy to production line workers and medical patients overcoming muscle injuries.
Quake fallout leads GM to idle four plantsMon, 25, Apr 2016
Ford to invest $1.6 billion in new Mexico small-car plant, create 2,800 jobsTue, 05, Apr 2016
Ford will invest $1.6 billion to build a new small-car assembly plant in the Mexican state of San Luis Potosi, creating 2,800 jobs by 2020. The automaker said the move will not affect jobs in the U.S.
Product launches follow a faster cadenceSat, 23, Jan 2016
New model launches are getting faster, more frequent and less certain. They also might be a lot farther away from home. A critical factor is increased speed -- what one expert calls "the new cadence."
Volvo: S.C. plant is 'the ultimate signal' to dealersMon, 28, Sep 2015
GM may boot vans to boost pickup output at Mo. plantMon, 30, Nov 2015
N.A. auto production will remain strong in 2016, analyst saysThu, 19, Nov 2015
North American auto production rose 1 percent in October and “should remain strong” through the next 12 to 18 months thanks to strong truck demand, healthy inventories and a strengthening economy, Robert W. Baird & Co. analyst David Leiker wrote in a note today.
VW shelves overhaul of U.S. business until scandal abates, report saysTue, 27, Oct 2015
Volkswagen has shelved plans to reorganize the management of its North American business and will not address its future strategy there until it has reached legal agreements over its rigging of emissions tests, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.