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Published: Thu, February 21, 2002 @ 12:00 a.m.



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Employees to workovertime at GM plant

LORDSTOWN -- General Motors' Lordstown Assembly Plant will work one shift of workers on overtime Saturday to make up for production that was lost Tuesday because of a temporary problem with a supplier.

The plant already has two shifts of overtime scheduled on both March 9 and March 23 in order to boost production. GM is asking for more Chevrolet Cavaliers and Pontiac Sunfires because of increased demand in Canada and new financing incentives that are to be offered.

Cold Metal Productsto increase prices

PITTSBURGH -- Cold Metal Products, which has a plant in Youngstown, said it is raising prices by $40 a ton on all of its carbon and alloy steel strip and sheet products. Cold Metal said it needs the increase because its suppliers are charging it more for steel.

From Vindicator staff reports




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