On the same day that President Donald Trump is in Detroit to meet with automakers, GM has announced plans to add and/or save 900 jobs in its plants. 

The Flint Assembly Plant will have 180 jobs saved with a move to redeploy jobs from Lansing Delta Township. Those jobs will support the making of the Silverado and Sierra trucks.

Another 220 jobs will be added to increase production of the 10-speed automatic transmission. These transmissions made at the Romulus Powertrain Plant are used in the Chevy Camaro and other vehicles.

To help maintain the production of the Chevy Traverse and Buick Enclave, 500 jobs will be retained at the Lansing Delta Township Facility.

All of these moves are on top of GM's earlier announcement of a $1 billion U.S. investments and 7,000 jobs.

See the full press release here.

Source: WNEM TV 5