Fort Wayne Assembly

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Fort Wayne Assembly is an automobile factory in Roanoke, Indiana.wikipedia
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GMT K2XX

Opened in 1986 by General Motors, the 2850000 ft2 plant produces vehicles on the company's GMT K2XX and GMT T1XX vehicle platform.
The GMT K2XX products are being produced at four GM assembly plants: Arlington (all SUVs), Flint (double and crew cab heavy-duty pickups), and Fort Wayne (regular and double cab light- and heavy-duty pickups) in the United States, along with Silao Assembly in Mexico for the crew cab light duty pickups.

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Fort Wayne Assembly is an automobile factory in Roanoke, Indiana.

Roanoke, Indiana

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Fort Wayne Assembly is an automobile factory in Roanoke, Indiana.

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Opened in 1986 by General Motors, the 2850000 ft2 plant produces vehicles on the company's GMT K2XX and GMT T1XX vehicle platform.

GMT T1XX

Opened in 1986 by General Motors, the 2850000 ft2 plant produces vehicles on the company's GMT K2XX and GMT T1XX vehicle platform.

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Opened in 1986 by General Motors, the 2850000 ft2 plant produces vehicles on the company's GMT K2XX and GMT T1XX vehicle platform.

Pontiac East Assembly

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It assumed operations of the former Pontiac Truck and Bus Assembly.

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The new 1988 model trucks entered production December 8, 1986 at Pontiac East, Oshawa, and the new Fort Wayne plant.

Fort Wayne, Indiana

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The arrival of General Motors in 1987 helped fill the void from shuttered manufacturers and aided in the area's recovery, employing 3,000 at its Fort Wayne Assembly.

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Four plants build GMT K2XX products: Arlington Assembly (all SUVs), Flint Truck Assembly (double and crew cab heavy-duty pickups), and Fort Wayne Assembly (regular and double cab light- and heavy-duty pickups) in the United States, along with Silao Assembly in Mexico (crew cab light duty pickups).