UAW expands strike at GM, Stellantis after a week of standoff with Detroit Three

AutotechInsight Analysis Monthly

While the ongoing strikes at Ford’s Michigan plant, Stellantis’ Toledo facilities and General Motors’ Wentzville factory continue, UAW’s move to expand the strike at GM and Stellantis’ parts distribution centers will ensure dealerships run into parts shortage soon and customers begin feeling the heat

After a week into the persisting standoff with the Detroit Three – General Motors, Ford Motor Company and Stellantis – the United Auto Workers (UAW) announced on September 22 that it is expanding the ongoing strike to 38 parts and distribution locations across 20 states in the US. In its second wave, the UAW strike aims to target the aftersales and service facilities, which is expected to have a direct and immediate impact on the carmaker’s dealerships, and therefore customers.

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