GM employees head back to work after plant shut down due to chip shortage

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Fort Wayne Assembly is back running Monday after the plant shut down on July 26 due to the global chip shortage, a spokesperson for General Motors (GM) said.

The GM plant builds around 1,500 Silverado and Sierra trucks a day which need the chips to be sold.

Plants in Flint, Michigan and Mexico were also temporarily shut due to the shortage.

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