Warren Stamping Plant

22800 Mound Road, Warren, Michigan, United States

Floor Space: 2.1 million square feet

Acreage: 78 acres 

Products: Stampings and assemblies including hoods, roofs, liftgates, side apertures, fenders and floor pans.Stampings/assemblies provided for the Dodge Durango, Chrysler Pacifica, Chrysler Voyager, Chrysler Grand Caravan (Canada only), Jeep® Grand Cherokee, Jeep Cherokee and Ram Trucks (Light Duty and Heavy Duty).

Employment: 1,659 (1,474 hourly; 185 salaried)

Union Local: UAW Local 869, 889 and 412

Plant History: Facility was completed in 1948 and production began in 1949. Major expansions were implemented in 1952, 1964, 1965 and 1986. FCA confirmed on June 25, 2014, that it would invest $63 million to expand capacity at the facility. The investment was used to purchase and install the latest high-speed Servo Tandem Press technology (a 180-inch press line). The new press line has increased capacity by up to 12,000 hits per day or approximately 3.6 million parts per year.

On Feb. 26, 2019, FCA announced that it would invest $245 million in the facility to support additional production of Jeep® and Ram vehicles being created as part of a $4.5 billion investment announcement that will impact five existing Michigan facilities and build a new assembly plant within the city of Detroit. In total, the proposed projects will create nearly 6,500 new jobs.

World Class Manufacturing Accomplishments
Warren Stamping was designated a silver plant for its results in implementing World Class Manufacturing (WCM) on March 28, 2018. The Warren, Michigan, stamping plant becomes the Company's first stamping plant to achieve the WCM award milestone. WCM is a methodology that focuses on eliminating waste, increasing productivity, and improving quality and safety in a systematic and organized way. It engages the workforce to provide and implement suggestions on how to improve their jobs and their plants, promoting a sense of ownership. Warren Stamping earned bronze, the first WCM award level, in October 2014

(Updated: January 2022) 

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