GM ANNOUNCES SALE OF LEEDS ASSEMBLY PLANT IN KANSAS CITY, MO.
LANSING, Mich., Oct. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- General Motors (NYSE: GM) announced that it has completed the sale of its Leeds assembly plant in Kansas City, Mo., to real estate developer Skip Sleyster. "We are very pleased about this sale," said Matthew P. Cullen, manager of manufacturing plant disposal for GM's Argonaut Realty Division. "We congratulate Mr. Sleyster for his plans to again utilize these facilities." The Leeds facility has approximately 2.1 million square feet under roof. Production at the facility began in 1929 and ceased in April 1988. During this time, over 8.2 million vehicles were produced at the plant. The Leeds plant was officially closed on Oct. 31, 1990. -0- 10/6/93 /CONTACT: Linda McGill or Ray Deibel of Lansing Automotive Division of GM, 517-377-2211/ (GM)
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|Date:||Oct 6, 1993|
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