DETROIT -- General Motors' plan to close three North American assembly plants and two transmission plants next year could directly affect nearly 6,000 hourly workers, according to data on GM's media website.
Including salaried workers, about 6,700 jobs are at risk -- 3,800 in the U.S. and 2,900 in Canada.
This, of course, doesn't include thousands of additional jobs at suppliers, vendors and local businesses that serve GM employees.
Here's a snapshot of each plant:
Lordstown (Ohio) Assembly
Employment: 1,435 hourly
Product: Chevrolet Cruze
2018 YTD Production (10 mos): 121,666, up 14 percent
Detroit-Hamtramck (Michigan) Assembly
Employment: 1,348 hourly
Products: Chevrolet Volt, Chevrolet Impala, Cadillac CT6, Buick LaCrosse
2018 YTD Production: 53,461, down 35 percent
Oshawa (Ontario) Assembly outside Toronto
Employment: 2,522 hourly
Products: Chevrolet Impala, Cadillac XTS, Chevrolet Silverado, GMC Sierra
2018 YTD Production: 55,973, down 60 percent
Warren (Michigan) Transmission
Employment: 265 hourly
Product: car/crossover transmission, hybrid electric drive units
Baltimore (Maryland) Operations
Employment: 253 hourly
Product: truck transmissions
Sources: General Motors, Automotive News, IHS Markit