After two years of sitting idle, the General Motors plant in Spring Hill is back in business.
Officials said the new Chevrolet Equinox, which is being built at the Middle Tennessee plant, is expected to go on sale at dealerships later this week.
GM closed the Saturn plant in 2009, but officials announced a $61 million investment to upgrade the plant last November.
GM currently employs 1,800 people.
- Nov. 21, 2011: GM to build Chevy Equinox in Spring Hill
- Nov. 20, 2011: GM to make announcement regarding Spring Hill plant
- Nov. 1, 2011: Some GM workers forced to transfer to Missouri
- Sept. 23, 2011: Spring Hill UAW workers approve new contract
- Sept. 20, 2011: GM, UAW deal to bring 1,700 jobs to Spring Hill
- Sept. 17, 2011: GM could reopen Spring Hill assembly line
- Sept. 15, 2011: Spring Hill leaders meet with top GM officials
- June 17, 2011: GM to invest $65M in NY, Tenn. engine plants
- April 26, 2011: GM plant hosts open house, announces plans to produce new engine
- April 25, 2011: GM holding open house at Spring Hill plant
- March 17, 2011: Grant assists workers impacted by GM plant closure
- Sept. 17, 2010: GM announces plans to recall 483 workers
- Sept. 14, 2010: Official: GM recalling about 400 workers in Tenn.
- June 3, 2010: Spring Hill mayor expects GM plant to rise again
- Jan. 11, 2010: GM execs' comments spark hope in Spring Hill
- Nov. 25, 2009: General Motors Spring Hill auto plant idles