LORDSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — The northeast Ohio GM plant that makes the Chevrolet Cruze compact car is scheduled to resume production after what the automaker says was a supplier issue.
General Motors Co. halted work on Dec. 12 at the complex in Lordstown, near Youngstown.
The Detroit-based automaker said Saturday that the supplier part issue was resolved and its third-shift workers are to report to work at their normal times Sunday night.
The Lordstown complex includes production and stamping plants. About 4,500 people work there.
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