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DMAX Ltd

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DMAX Ltd.

Important DMAX schedule information:

The same Assembly crew and supporting teams working the week of May 11 will continue to work the week of May 18.

Additionally there will be a small crew in Machining (1st shift only) also scheduled to work the week of May 18.

Flint Assembly Plant, DMAX’s main customer, will start production the week of May 18 running one shift.

DMAX leadership reviews the schedule weekly and will communicate updates accordingly.

DMAX has received numerous requests to publish a return to work schedule. Unfortunately, such a schedule cannot be published at this time due to the dynamic scheduling environment.

Employees will be contacted directly to be informed of their specific return to work date.

DMAX Ltd. is a joint venture, 60% owned by General Motors, 40% owned by Isuzu Diesel Services of America, Inc. Its facility produces Duramax 6.6L V-8 turbo-diesel engine offered on GMC Sierra and Chevrolet Silverado HD pick-up trucks.

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About Us

DMAX Ltd. features a 540,000 square-foot manufacturing facility and 44,000 square-foot administration building. Its groundbreaking was held on 1998, while production commenced in 2000. With over 2 million Duramax diesel engines put into operation since its launch in 2000, DMAX Ltd. has extensive diesel engine development experience for meeting the demands of the heavy-duty truck customer.

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What Makes This Engine Great?

  • Unique Fuel Injection System
  • Rigid Block Design Reduces Noise
  • 445 h/p @ 2800 RPM
  • 910 ft/lbs torque @ 1600 RPM
  • Each Engine Cycled Through Hot Test

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