The Lansing Grand River Assembly plant has fully transitioned to a third shift.  General Motors added it at the Grand River Plant to help meet the demand for the Camaro Six which went on sale last November.

This is the first time Grand River has had a third shift since it opened in 2001.  Around 650 people are working the third shift.  They're also building the Cadillac CTS, the ATS Coup Sedan and v-series.

According to Lansing Virg Bernaro, "We continue to see the positive effects of General Motors' continued investment in Lansing.  We knew the Camaro coming to Lansing meant big things, and it does, jobs!"  Here's more from the Lansing State Journal.