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General Motors plans to restart most of its U.S. assembly plants with one production shift as coronavirus restrictions roll back, the company said during its Wednesday earnings call.
May 18 is the target date to resume some production in the United States, GM, Ford and Fiat Chrysler, have said.
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After restarting, GM's U.S. plants will add second and third shifts "as appropriate," a spokesperson told FOX Business. GM pivoted to making items like ventilators to fight the pandemic.
"We will be focused on our trucks, crossovers and SUVs," the spokesperson said. "We are in the process of communicating and training our teams in the safety protocols that will be in place."