GM trims output amid chip shortage

Wednesday, 03. February 2021 21:42

General Motors Company unveiled on Wednesday it opted to cut production in some factories due to a shortage of semiconductor chips.

The car manufacturer will fully take down output in its assembly plant in Kansas City, as well as in two plants in Canada and a Mexico-based facility for a week, starting Monday. Meanwhile, the production in its Bupyeong 2 plant in South Korea will operate at half capacity during the same seven-day span, the company announced.

The Detroit-based firm said it would provide an update on the matter on February 10.

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