General Motors today made its last minivan at the 60-year-old Doraville, Ga., assembly plant, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper reported.
The plant closure took place a day earlier than scheduled and only a handful of the plants 1,200 employees remained on hand for the final day of production, the report said.
The plant made the Chevrolet Uplander and the Pontiac Montana SV6 for Canada.
Four developers are in the running to redevelop the 165-acre plant site and GM may announce the winner in the next few weeks, Doraville Mayor Ray Jenkins told the newspaper.
About 300 members of UAW Local 10 are expected at a farewell breakfast Tuesday morning, local president Willie Monroe told the newspaper.