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GM Toledo Transmission workers laid off again due to supply chain issues

Workers have been laid off several times this year due to the ongoing microchip shortage.

TOLEDO, Ohio — Continued supply chain issues affecting the global automobile industry are shutting down some production again at the General Motors Toledo Transmission plant.

According to communication provided to WTOL 11, the AB1V shift will be down the week of Oct. 18. The GF9 shift will be down for three weeks starting Nov. 1.

Heat treat workers on the GF9 shift are not affected.

The plant has shut down several times this year due to microchip shortages.

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