General Motors is idling another north American plant due to to global chip shortage, CNBC reported.
General Motors will temporarily close its facility in Spring Hill, Tennessee later this month. According to the the automaker's estimate, chip shortages will hurt its 2021 operating profit by as much as $2 million.
For the two weeks ended April 5, GM's Wentzville, Missouri assembly plant was temporarily closed. Its Lansing, Michigan plant has been idled since March 15.