Chevrolet Equinox strike extended at GM Ramos Arizpe

Saltillo, Coah.- General Motors announced that the Assembly Plant in Ramos Arizpe will extend until the week of November 15 the technical stoppage of Chevrolet Equinox, while it will resume production of the Chevrolet Blazer from October 19.

By updating your settings to the production of your Assembly Plants in North America Due to the global shortage of semiconductors, the company informed that regarding the Assembly Plant in Ramos Arizpe, it will resume production of Chevrolet Blazer from October 19.

However, the technical stoppage of Chevrolet Equinox hasta the week of November 15, it could potentially resume production in the week of November 22.

Secondly, SLP Plant Assembly It will resume operations in the week of November 1. The situation remains complex and uncertain, so the General Motors team evaluates the supply of semiconductors, seeking to minimize the condition to be able to meet the demand of its customers.

It should be noted that there are 3,200 workers in the Assembly Plant at the GM Ramos Complex, production of both the Chevrolet Blazer and the Chevrolet Equinox were still on hold this week.

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