Stellantis To Reinstate Domestic Partner BenefitsStellantis will now offer domestic partner benefits to all eligible non-bargaining unit U.S. employees starting in January.
GM, Stellantis Plants To Restart Production As Chip Shortage EasesThe chip shortage crisis is easing up and General Motors and Stellantis confirm they're restarting production at some North American plants.
Auto Maker Stellantis Will Fill Gap By Buying A Finance ArmStellantis said it will pay $285 million for an auto-finance company to provide loans and leases to customers through its dealers.
Automakers Reinstate Mask Mandate At All U.S. Facilities Detroit automakers are joining together and asking all plant workers to mask up once again.
Michigan Matters: Auto Companies & Shows Forging New Paths Amid PandemicDetroit Auto Dealers Association Executive Director Rod Alberts, DADA Special Events Chairman Doug North, Stellantis’ Head of Experiential Marketing Jason Russ and Ford’s Director of Brand and Integrated Marketing Kim Cape appear with Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain to talk about auto shows, launching new vehicles and how things have changed and been impacted by the crisis.
Stellantis CEO Expects Chip Shortage To Drag Into Next YearThe leader of the world's fourth-largest automaker expects a global computer chip shortage that has cut vehicle production to last into next year.
Stellantis Reveals Green Plans Around Detroit Assembly PlantStellantis wants to make the area around its Detroit Assembly Complex the most environmentally friendly neighborhood in the city, the automaker announced Thursday.
Stellantis Worker in Sterling Heights Died on the Job WednesdayA Stellantis worker at its Sterling Heights Stamping Plant has died while on the job.