Hummer Production is Paused by Gm until the Sale Gets Completed

January 15, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

It has been reported by news media that GM will stop the production of hummer by the end of this week and they will continue the production only after the deal between GM and Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Co gets finalized regarding the sale of Hummer. According to the Hummer spokesman Nick Richards, the production of Hummer H3 and H3T models at the Shreveport, La. Plant will be resumed instantly when once the pending acquisition will be completed.

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The issues were not specified which are still under consideration by the Chinese government but it was claimed that US government has approved all the regulatory issues and now waiting for the other government to approve the deal. The Chinese buyers are scheduled to obtain an additional diesel version of H3 from the GM’s production house ‘Shreveport’ in 2011 for the global export market including China. The Shreveport has been producing this brand from the past some years and this is not the only production of it as it is also producing Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon pickups.

This deal if successful will be very beneficial for both the countries and up till now 2100 Hummers are in the inventory of GM and may be because of this they have paused their production so that once the available inventory gets completely finished then they’ll go for next and hopefully the deal will be finalized very soon and the production will resume again.


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