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Event DetailsFacility Tour / Presentation
October 7, 2016 8:30am
2500 E Grand Blvd
Detroit, MI 48211
On Oct. 7 D-Ham hosts over one hundred students from across the country participating in the Annual Supply Chain Business Case Competition at Detroit's Wayne State University. The students will tour the plant and listen to presentations from D-Ham's Global Purchasing and Supply Chain Manager, Rick Prasil and other manufacturing representatives.
D-Ham is one of the most agile manufacturing facilities in North America because building four different vehicles on one assembly line.
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About General Motors Detroit Hamtramck Assembly
Detroit-Hamtramck (D-HAM) is among General Motors’ most complex Manufacturing Assembly facilities in North America building four vehicles on one production line. It is GM’s only plant located in Detroit with a total footprint that spans into two cities - Detroit and Hamtramck. Detroit-Hamtramck is the epicenter of electric vehicle production producing all of GM’s extended-range electric vehicles. The first vehicle produced at D-HAM for sale – a Cadillac Eldorado – came off the end of the line at 12:05 p.m. on February 4th, 1985. Since then, more than four million cars have been built. The plant currently operates five days a week on two, eight hour shifts.