quinta-feira, 31 de agosto, 2017

GM will invest R $3.1 billion in factories of São Caetano do Sul and Joinville

General Motors, which owns Chevrolet, announced that it will earmark R $3.1 billion to the factories of São Caetano do Sul (SP) and Joinville (SP). The value is part of the R $13 billion as the company will invest in Brazil until 2020.
In early August the GM had already announced a contribution of RS $1.4 billion in Gravataí (RS), where the Onix, best-selling vehicle in the country. On occasion, Chevrolet showed that would produce a new vehicle at the scene.
This time, the manufacturer revealed no specific product for São Caetano or a new engine for Joinville. According to the brand, in a statement, "the contribution aims to strengthen GM''s business through the development of new products, technologies and innovative manufacturing concepts. Also creates the opportunity to develop new suppliers and generate jobs. "
R $13 billion investment was announced in 2015, when the Chevrolet stated that it would have a new family of compact cars in Brazil, consisting of 6 different models.
Infomet – 30/08/2017
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