- GM has begun construction on a new, $175 million plant in the Dayton, OH suburb of Brookville, slated to open in late 2020.
- The 251,000-square-foot complex will employ 100+ workers producing components for GM's Duramax diesel truck engines.
- A nearby plant in Moraine has been running since 1999 and has built 2 million engines.
- The Moraine plant will take the machined components from Brookville for assembly at the hands of its 800 workers.
- Finished engines will head to Flint, MI where they'll be built into Chevy Silverados and GMC Sierra HDs.
- According to the Dayton Daily News, GM has more than 4,800 employees total, 212 dealerships and 880 suppliers in Ohio.