The businessman has decided to buy all cars of the car factory for 5 years, so that it is not closedMarch 20, 2019
One and a half thousand workers at General Motors can be saved from unemployment if the manufacturer makes a proposal.
An entrepreneur from the Cleveland city of Ohio, USA, has offered General Motors not to close a car manufacturing plant in Lord Stoun.
The Vindicator reported that businessman Bernie Moreno of Cleveland offered the car maker an unusual deal: to buy absolutely all Chevrolet Cruze, if they will continue to be manufactured at the plant in Lord Stoun. The plant has to work in two changes, as before the closure decision. It’s about thousands of cars.
Also, local media reports that Bernie Moreno plans to use all the recruited cars to open a car hire district in the district like Uber and Lyft.
It is alleged that General Motors received an offer from Moreno on the same day that the last Cruze landed off the conveyor plant in Lord Stoun on March 6th.
The answer to General Motors on the proposal of Bernie Moreno is not disclosed, but the businessman said that he signed a contract with the automaker, as well as consent to non-disclosure of information, so there is a chance that in one way or another the idea of rescuing the plant from the closure might work.
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