Flint East

Flint East is an automobile component production complex owned by Delphi Corporation in Flint, Michigan. The complex, parts of which are about 100 years old, is located on Dort Highway, stretching along Robert T. Longway Boulevard past Center Road. The plant has produced numerous automotive components, including instrument panels, instrument clusters, spark plugs, filters, air meters, fuel pumps and other parts. Flint East once employed nearly 14,000 people, but as of 2007, was down to about 1,100 hourly workers.

Delphi's Flint Technical Center is also located on the site. In March 2007, it was announced that the company's technical centers, including Flint, would be consolidated to a single facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

Hourly workers at the plant are represented by UAW Local 651.

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