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UAW Strike Stops Production of GM's Outlook, Acadia and Enclave SUVs

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Production of GM's Lambda SUVs (Outlook, Acadia and Enclave) came to a halt when UAW hourly workers went on strike at GM's Lansing, Michigan plant.

Approximately 65 workers went on strike last night due to unsuccessful negotiations. “We’d been at the negotiating table with Alliance since May 29, 2007 and still did not have a fair and equitable offer,” UAW said.

The Lansing, Michigan plant makes the interior carpets for the Saturn Outlook, GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave, three of GM's hottest selling vehicles right now.

We'll keep you posted.

Full Story: eGMCarTech

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