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GM Plans To Invest $48.4 Million At Bedford Plant

GM plans to upgrade its engine productions at its Bedford plant.

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General Motors employee Jose Veronica operates a die casting machine at the Bedford transmission casting facility.

General Motors plans to invest $48.4 million in its Bedford powertrain castings plant.

The  investment will go to support GM’s new Ecotec engine components.

The Bedford plant will  produce transmission casings, converter housings and small gas engine blocks.

The new engines are designed to support hybrids and alternative fuels.

This comes in addition to the over $300 million already invested to the Bedford plant in the last five years.

The Bedford plant employs more than 600 workers.

Casey Kuhn

Casey Kuhn is a reporter working for WFIU/WTIU news. Originally from Cincinnati, she recently graduated from Indiana University with a B.A. in journalism. Her main interests are dogs, baseball, and food. Follow her online at @CaseyAtTheDesk.

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