GM To Invest $100 Million In Rochester, N.Y., Ops

  • April 12, 2011
After a harsh winter, here's some good news for Rochester, N.Y. Well, at least for 30 people in Rochester. General Motors said it will invest $100 million to add 30 jobs and purchase tooling and equipment to make future automotive components at its GM Components Holdings Rochester Operations.

The 30 new jobs will be added to an existing workforce of 826 hourly and salaried employees at the GMCH Rochester Operations facility. 

GMCH Rochester Operations opened in 1939 and provides components to support several GM products built in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, South Korea, China, Australia and Brazil.  The company says the investment brings total outlay for GM's new small block engine to nearly $1.1 billion, and creates or retains more than 2,400 jobs.



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