Lordstown Complex

Revised:2015-04-22

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Location:

2300 Hallock-Young Rd
Warren, Ohio. 44481 United States

Year Opened:

Vehicle Assembly 1966; Metal Center 1970; Paint Shop 2004

Facility Size:

6 million square feet / 905 acres


Employee Information

Hourly:

4,150

Salaried:

350

Total:

4,500

Union Local:

UAW Locals 1112 & 1714


Facility Details

Vehicle Assembly; Paint Shop; Metal Center Stamping/Body Shop

General Motors Lordstown Complex is the proud maker of the Chevrolet Cruze. Lordstown is among the highest volume single line vehicle assembly facilities in the world with total production at over 15 million vehicles since production started in 1966. On September 8, 2010, the complex officially launched and started shipping the Chevrolet Cruze which is today among the world’s best-selling vehicles.

Most Lordstown team members are represented by United Autoworker Locals 1112 and 1714.

Each year, Lordstown employees contribute over $1 million annually to various community causes including local United Way chapters, March of Dimes of Northern Ohio, Toys for Kids and Care & Share to help families in need.

Lordstown Complex is located off the Ohio Turnpike (Interstate 80) twenty miles west of the Ohio-Pennsylvania border.

Recent Major Investments

  • $250 million for Next Generation Cruze (production start to be determined)

Products & Production

Products:  Chevrolet Cruze

Recent Recognition

  • 2015 Community Service, United Way Top workplace campaign contributor
  • 2012 March of Dimes Franklin Delano Roosevelt Leadership Recognition
  • 2013 Built In Quality Level III Achievement for Building Quality Excellence
  • 2014 Quality Network People Make Quality Happen Team Award, First Place

Community Involvement

Economic Impact:                   
Wages: $356 million
Payroll Taxes: $70 million

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