The decision of building a new Chevy Blazer by General Motors was considered to be exceedingly controversial in Ramos Arizpe of Mexico. The company, after deciding to shut down its plants in the US and laying off the labors took fire from politicians, consumers, and union representatives alike for initiating the Blazer production.
Now, the plant which has been a sticking point for all the United Auto Workers that fights in order to protect the union jobs in Detroit-Hamtramck and Lordstown has been inactive due to the ongoing strike.
On Friday, a spokesperson from GM made a statement that the company has decided to halt the production of the Chevy Blazer temporarily due to the shortage in parts that have resulted from the UAW strike that is presently commencing.
Although tentatively a deal has been made, the strike is showing no signs of ceasing until and unless the union members are ratified. And that is expected to come to pass later in the week. Since the workers of the GM plant are not represented by UAW, it has remained in the running situation throughout the month. But, the usage of cheap workers in Mexico is considered to be the most contentious parts of the relationship of GM with UAW.