General Motors Parma Metal Center processes over 1,000 tons of steel per day and services/supports approximately 40 customers including the majority of General Motors North America produced vehicles. Parma has over 1,400 total dies and is capable of producing up to 100-million parts per year. The manufacturing processes include small, medium, and large transfer press lines, high speed progressive presses, and a world class Cut To Length shear, as well as GMNA’s largest stand-alone, multi-cell, resistance welding metal assembly operations. The Parma Metal Center is located near Interstate 480 between West 130th Street and Tiedeman Road, just east of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
Metal Stamping & Metal Assembly
- 2010-2011 - Stamping Consolidation Implementation - $62 million
- 2012 – Next Generation Cruze Support - $20 million
- 2013 & 2014 – Ongoing manufacturing upgrades – $38 million