Oshawa Truck Assembly

Oshawa Truck Assembly

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Oshawa Truck Assembly was a General Motors Canada truck factory in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. It opened in its original location in downtown Oshawa in 1918 in order to build ambulances for World War I and Chevrolet vehicles before it merged with GM. The plant later moved to the GM Autoplex facilities south of the city, and closed in 2009. GM Autoplex also included Oshawa Car Assembly and a now-closed battery plant.

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