FOX 47 Lansing – Distribution centers striking could have a huge financial impact on Big 3
The UAW workers at Lansing’s GM Distribution Center have entered day 4 of their strike, with the same demands as day one: better pay, improved health care and the end of a tiered wage system.
Nemes said distribution centers being closed could not only have an impact on the company financially, but it will also start impacting customers.
“If companies don’t have parts to produce, they have to shut down their lines or slow them down and it could be 6 months to a year before a person gets their car fixed, depending on how long this strike lasts,” Nemes said.
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