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Maryland Stands Ready to Assist Workers Affected by General Motors Plant Unallocation Announcement

BALTIMORE (Nov. 26, 2018) – Maryland Department of Commerce Secretary Mike Gill and Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation Secretary Kelly M. Schulz issued the following statement regarding General Motors’ decision to unallocate the plant located in White Marsh, Md.

"The decision by GM not to allocate new products to the White Marsh facility is disappointing, and the state stands ready to provide resources and support for the impacted workers. This was a corporate decision to undertake a national restructuring, a decision the state did not have the opportunity to influence. Our teams at the Maryland Department of Commerce and the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation will work with displaced employees to direct them to employment resources including unemployment claims, training opportunities, and potential job opportunities. Given their advanced manufacturing, robotics, and other technical skills, we are confident that those affected by the restructuring will soon find opportunities with Maryland manufacturers."

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Theresa Blaner
Director, Communications and Media Relations
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About Maryland Commerce
The Maryland Department of Commerce stimulates private investment and creates jobs by attracting new businesses, encouraging the expansion and retention of existing companies, and providing financial assistance to Maryland companies. The Department promotes the State's many economic advantages and markets local products and services at home and abroad to spur economic development and international investment, trade and tourism. Because they are major economic generators, the Department also supports the Arts, film production, sports and other special events. For more information, visit Commerce website.

Maureen Kilcullen
Maryland Department of Commerce