"GM's major investment is yet another exciting chapter in the story of Michigan's economic turnaround," Gov. Rick Snyder said. "We've maintained a laser-like focus on creating an environment in which job providers can grow and thrive. That means more and better jobs for families and long-term opportunities for our children. We appreciate GM's ongoing commitment to Michigan and its contributions to the overall vigor of our auto industry. This announcement is great news for mid-Michigan and our entire state."
Including today’s announcement, GM has announced Lansing facility investments of nearly $600 million since 2009. Here is a year-by-year recap:
2010 ◾$190 million for the addition of the Cadillac ATS and 600 jobs ◾$37 million at Lansing Delta Township Assembly plant for tooling and equipment to enhance the plant’s manufacturing capabilities
2011 ◾$88 million for the all-new 2014 Cadillac CTS sedan
2012 ◾Announced Lansing Grand River would produce the next-generation Camaro
2013 ◾ $44.5 million and 200 jobs for a new logistics optimization center at Lansing Grand River
2014 ◾Announced a $174-million stamping facility at Lansing Grand River that will create or retain approximately 145 jobs
(Oct. 30, 2014)