Next Generation Holden Manufacturing Secured
Holden will build two all-new cars in Australia in the second half of this decade with the support of a $275 million co-investment package from the Australian, South Australian and Victorian Governments.
Holden is one of the most flexible automotive manufacturers in the world, producing 45 vehicle variants in the one plant, including small and large cars from Cruze to Caprice, for Australian and international markets.
Available video includes footage from the Canberra press conference featuring Prime Minister the Hon Julia Gillard MP was joined by Minister for Industry and Innovation, the Hon Greg Combet AM MP, Premier of South Australia, the Hon Jay Weatherill MP, AMWU Vehicle Division Federal Secretary, Ian Jones, and Holden Chairman and Managing Director, Mike Devereux.
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