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GM parts operation moves into Flanders

Cadillac & Corvette Europe, an affiliate of General Motors that has been controlled by the Dutch company Kroymans Corporation since October 2003, is to open a new European parts distribution center at Puurs in Flanders, according to a “Truck & Business” online news report.

The site includes 35,000 square meters of storage space, with a further 18,000 square meters available for future expansion. Logistics operations management will be performed by Caterpillar Logistics.

Parts for GM’s North American models (Cadillac, Corvette and Chevrolet) were previously distributed via a depot in Sweden.



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16 December 2004

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