GM hasn’t yet given a date of when it will restart auto production, which has been suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
“We are actively preparing plans to safely restart our operations,” GM said in an alert to employees obtained by the Free Press. “Although we have not locked in a firm restart date, we have been meeting with government officials, sharing our safety protocols with the UAW, verifying that suppliers can support our plans and ensuring we have the right resources and safety equipment for our plant.”
“During the week of April 27, we will not run regular production,” it said. “However, leaders may call back a small group of people to support our restart planning.”
Shares of GM rose 3% in morning trading.