List of General Motors Plants

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As of 2010, General Motors has 56 plants listed as GM Plants in the United States. Collectively, each plant has adopted environmental-awareness practices that reach out to support, or at least study, the condition of their local environments. These include waste recycling and financial contributions to charities. General Motors, which started in the U.S. in 1908, today produces automobiles in 157 countries.

Delaware

  • The only General Motors plant in Delaware, the Wilmington Assembly, was located in Wilmington, Delaware. It stopped production in 2009.

    Wilmington Assembly
    801 Boxwood Road
    Wilmington, DE 19899

Georgia

  • The only General Motors plant in Georgia is the Doraville Assembly, located in Doraville, Georgia.

    Doraville Assembly
    3900 Motors Industrial Way
    Doraville, GA 30360

Indianapolis

  • There are five GM plants in Indianapolis.

    Allison Transmission Division
    340 S. White River Parkway West Drive
    Indianapolis, IN 46206

    Indianapolis Metal Center – Metal Fabricating Division
    340 S. White River Parkway West Drive
    Indianapolis, IN 46222

    Fort Wayne Assembly
    12200 Lafayette Center Road
    Roanoke, IN 46783

    GMPT Bedford Foundry
    105 GM Drive
    Bedford, IN 47421

    Marion Metal Center
    2400 West 2 Street
    Marion, IN 46952

Kansas, Kentucky and Louisiana

  • Each of these states has one General Motors plant.

    Fairfax Assembly
    3201 Fairfax Trafficway
    Fairfax, KS 66115

    Bowling Green Assembly
    600 Corvette Drive
    Bowling Green, KY 42102

    Shreveport Operations
    7600 General Motors Boulevard
    Shreveport, LA 71130

Maryland

  • The two GM plants in Maryland are the Baltimore Assembly, which closed in 2005, and the GMPR Baltimore Transmission.

    Baltimore Assembly
    2122 Broening Highway
    Baltimore, MD 21224

    GMPR Baltimore Transmission
    10301 Philadelphia Road
    White Marsh, MD 21162

Michigan

  • With its headquarters in Detroit, Michigan, this state has the most General Motors plants in the United States. As of 2010, Michigan has 27 plants in cities such as Detroit, Flint, Romulus, Ypsilanti, Pontiac and Lansing. A few plants in Michigan are:

    Detroit Hamtramck Assembly
    2500 East Grand Boulevard
    Detroit/Hamtramck, MI 48211

    Flint Metal Center
    2238 West Bristol Road
    Flint, MI 48553

    GMPT Romulus Engineering Center
    37350 Ecorse Road
    Romulus, MI 48174

Ohio

  • Ohio has six GM plants – in Defiance, Toledo, two in Lordstown, Mansfield, Moraine and Parma, making it the second state with the most plants.

    GMPT Defiance Foundry
    26427 State Route 281
    Defiance, OH 43512

    Lordstown Metal Center
    2369 Ellsworth Bailey Road SW
    Warren/Lordstown, OH 44481

New York

  • New York had two General Motors plants, but the GMPT Massena Plant closed in 2007.

    GMPT Tonawanda Engine
    2995 River Road
    Tonawanda, NY 14207

Other General Motors Plants

  • There is only one General Motors plant found in the states of Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Virginia.

    Wentzville Assembly
    1500 East Route A
    Wentzville, MO 63385

    Oklahoma City Assembly
    7447 S.E. 74th Street
    Oklahoma City, OK 73135

    Spring Hill Manufacturing Operations
    Route 31
    Spring Hill, TN 37174

    Arlington Assembly
    2525 East Abram Street
    Arlington, TX 76010

    Janesville Assembly
    1000 General Motors Drive
    Janesville, WI 53546

    Pittsburgh
    1451 Lebanon School Road
    West Mifflin/Pittsburgh, PA 15122

    GMPT Fredericksburg
    11032 Tidewater Trail
    Fredericksburg, VA 22408

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