GM facility to build ventilators following $489.4M contract ending


General Motors employees reported to their first day of work March 31, 2020 at the GM manufacturing facility in Kokomo, Indiana, where GM and Ventec Life Systems are partnering to produce critical care ventilators in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.


A former General Motors auto facility in Indiana will continue building critical-care ventilators following the expected completion of a $489.4 million government contract this month for 30,000 of the devices for the national stockpile.

GM will lease the building on its components campus in Kokomo, Indiana, to Ventec Life Systems, a company the automaker partnered with to build the ventilators as the first wave of Covid-19 cases surged in…


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