(Reuters) -General Motors Co is extending production cuts at a few of its North America factories due to a chip shortage that has roiled the worldwide automotive business, the U.S. carmaker mentioned on Thursday.
The transfer’s influence has been baked into GM’s prior forecast that the shortage may shave up to $2 billion off this yr’s revenue.
GM’s Lansing Grand River meeting in Michigan will prolong its downtime via the week of April 26.
The plant makes Chevrolet Camaro sports activities automotive and Cadillac CT4 and CT5 sedans. It has been out of motion since March 15.
GM’s Spring Hill meeting in Tennessee will take downtime, beginning the week of April 12 for 2 weeks. The plant makes the Cadillac XT5 compact sport utility car, and Cadillac XT6 and GMC Acadia mid-size SUVs.
The firm mentioned it has not taken downtime or decreased shifts at any of its extra worthwhile full-size truck or full-size SUV vegetation due to the shortage.
The information was first reported by CNBC.
Following are GM’s meeting vegetation impacted by the semiconductor shortage as of April 8:
CAMI Assembly in Builds the Down since Feb. 8
Ingersoll, Ontario Chevrolet via the week
Equinox of May 10
Fairfax Assembly in Builds the Down since Feb. 8
Kansas Chevrolet via the week
Malibu and of May 10
Lansing Grand River Builds the Down since March
Assembly in Chevrolet 15 via the
Michigan Camaro and week of April 26
Spring Hill in Builds the Down the weeks of
Tennessee Cadillac XT5, April 12 and April
Cadillac XT6 19
and GMC Acadia
Lansing Delta Builds the Down the week of
Township Chevrolet April 19
Ramos in Mexico Builds the Chevrolet Blazer
Chevrolet production down
Blazer the week of April
19. Production of
impacted at Ramos
Gravatai in Brazil Builds the Taking downtime
Chevrolet Onix for the months of
April and May
Bupyeong 2 Assembly Builds the Operating at half
in Korea Chevrolet Trax, capability since
Chevrolet Feb. 8
Reporting by Ankit Ajmera in Bengaluru; Editing by Maju Samuel and Sriraj Kalluvila