GM-Ventec 'Project V' coronavirus partnership will build ventilators in Indiana

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    [​IMG] General Motors Co and medical equipment maker Ventec are speeding up efforts under a partnership code-named "Project V" to build ventilators at a GM plant in Kokomo, Indiana, to help combat the coronavirus outbreak. GM said on Monday that work at its Indiana plant, which makes small electronic components for cars, is part of the effort to expand ventilator production. As part of the effort to boost ventilator output from Ventec, GM has arranged for the supply of 95% of the parts needed
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