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MORAINE ASSEMBLY PAINT SHOP APPROVED

 MORAINE ASSEMBLY PAINT SHOP APPROVED
 MORAINE, Ohio, Aug. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- General Motors North American


Truck Platforms officials announced today that a new base coat/clear coat paint shop will be built at its Moraine Assembly Plant.
 Henry (Hank) C. Hale, Moraine Assembly Plant manager, said, "Moraine employees are extremely pleased the project was approved." Hale said the Moraine team will continue striving to build the highest quality truck possible and added, "The new paint shop will help us attain high customer satisfaction."
 The cost of the project is about $155 million and covers approximately 533,000 square feet. Construction is scheduled to begin this fall with completion anticipated in early 1994.
 The plant was built in 1952 for Frigidaire Division. Major renovations were conducted in 1979 to accommodate compact truck production. Oldsmobile, Chevrolet and GMC Truck four-door utility vehicles and postal vehicle chassis are currently built at the facility which employs approximately 3,300 hourly and salaried employees on two shifts.
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 /CONTACT: Kari Hulsey of GM North American Truck Platforms, 313-456-2911/
 (GM) CO: GM North American Truck Platforms ST: Ohio, Michigan IN: AUT SU:


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