General Motors and Telus partner on 5G automotive network
GM Canada and Telus are working together to connect…
GM warns some Bolt owners to park outdoors due to fire risk
DETROIT (AP) – General Motors is telling owners of…
Oshawa Assembly to start production earlier than expected
General Motors will move ahead its start of production…
GM’s CAMI Assembly gets multiple ENERGY STAR certifications
General Motors’ CAMI Assembly recently received Natural Resources Canada’s…
GM opens 3D printing facility in Detroit
General Motors announced the opening of the 15,000-square-foot Additive…
GM plans to pull out of Australia, New Zealand and Thailand
Detroit automaker wants to focus on markets where it can drive strong returns, making the same moves in Japan, Russia and Europe.
Unifor signs deals with firms affected by GM Oshawa plant closure
Agreements provide for improved severance packages for employees compared with the legislated minimum requirements.
GM deal costs make talks with Ford, Fiat Chrysler difficult
Pay raises and a huge signing bonus, union’s top-notch health care changed little.
GM workers ratify contract, ending 40-day US strike
Four-year deal will be used as a template in bargaining with Ford and Fiat Chrysler.
GM suppliers face lingering revenue fallout from strike
Companies suffered varying degrees of damage from the sudden shutdown of operations on Sept. 16.
Autoworkers from closed US plants fight new GM contract
They warn if automaker can close their plants, it can close other plants too.
Workers celebrate deal with GM, show union power in industry
GM’s latest offer included wage increases, lump-sum payments, top-notch health insurance, promises of new products for many US factories.
GM and UAW reach tentative deal that could end strike
Union touts “major gains” for workers after months of bargaining.
Dias says GM could face strike in Canada if trust is not restored
Unifor president cites plant cutbacks and closures on both sides of the border following pledges to maintain operations.
UAW launches GM strike, will likely halt Canadian production
33 manufacturing plants down in nine states across the US, plus 22 parts distribution warehouses.
GM Canada lights up while reducing emissions and costs
St. Catharines propulsion plant lighting project is cutting electricity use.
GM’s new technologies push expected to boost car sharing
Peer-to-peer platform allows GM customers to rent out their vehicles, offsetting some ownership costs.
Canada’s auto industry at risk if GM closes Oshawa plant: Dias
Unifor leader calls on Trudeau to work with Trump to keep manufacturing jobs from shifting south.
GM job cuts, closures not a symptom of Trump’s trade agenda: analysts
Automaker is betting on electric vehicles, mobility services and autonomous cars and trucks.
Cadillac brand will return to Michigan from New York
Company says brand’s workers need to be closer to engineers and designers; Cadillac plans to launch a new vehicle every six months for the next three years.
GM faces fiscal, political minefields as it assesses plants
Automaker has five car factories with plenty of unused capacity.
Canadian auto sales show year over year decline in March: DesRosiers
Total number of vehicles sold for the month: 186,447, down from 187,540 in March last year.
GM’s Oshawa facilities are 100% landfill free
All waste from daily operations is recycled, reused or converted to energy.
GM cutback in car production at Oshawa plant to be extended: report
Move comes amid a continuing slump in sales of passenger cars generally in North America.
GM to close auto plant in South Korea in restructuring
Automaker says it needs better cost performance from its operations in South Korea, where sales have slowed.
GM takes a third crack at avoiding Takata airbag inflator recalls
Automaker says it could save $1 billion and avoid recalling up to 6.8 million full-size 2007-2011 pickup trucks and SUVs.
Rocking the 60s
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Carbon fibre on the fast track
Speedy technology development is driving widespread carbon fibre adoption for cars of the future.
The Internet of Everything
“Connected” technologies bridge the shop floor to the top floor and provide major benefits to maintenance, efficiency and productivity.
Automotive reality check
Government participation in automotive investments is a global reality and the cost of doing business.
Q&A: APMA president Steve Rodgers
APMA president is confident, but cognizant of the changing marketplace.
Best of times, worst of times
Automotive sales are great, but investment is going south.