The History of the Delco-Remy Divsion of General Motors
A.K.A. "The Remy Brothers" or "The Remy Electric Company"
1896-1994
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Plant Photos
Non Anderson / Remote SLI
Includes Plants 25, 28, 29, 34, 35, El Paso Warehouse, 56, 57, 58 77, 98, and Luxembourg

Plant 25 - Meridian, MS


This is a post 1979 photo as the addition has been constructed.  The Training Building can be seen at the left.  The building originally belonged to National Homes Company.  From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.

Plant 28 - Laurel, MS


Plant 28 was built in 1977 and had no additions through 1995. From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


1995 Plant Layout.  From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.

Plant 29 - Albany, GA


This was the original configuration in 1978.  From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


Plant 29 after the 1980 addition which produced 15-SI, 17-SI, CS-130, CS-130D and CS-144 alternators.  From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.

Plant 34 - Gennevilliers (Paris), France


From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.

Plant 35 - Juarez, Mexico


This is the original 1979 construction before the kitchen and section for AC/Rochester were added in 1986.  From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.

El Paso Warehouse - El Paso, TX


From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.

Plant 39 (MG) - Indianapolis, IN


The MG facility right next to I-69.  MG were the initials for the owner at the time who was Marion Grumman, related to Leroy Grumman who started Grumman Aircraft.  From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


MG building in 1995.  From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


The UTE building in the Plant 39 complex.  From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.

Plant 56 - DAC Daewoo Automotive Components (Joint Venture), Taegu, Korea


This complex included only DR but the Saginaw and Moraine Divisions of General Motors.  The Delco-Remy Plants are on the center wit the light blue roofs, while Saginaw is upper right light blue roof with Moraine in the building below it.  The administration building for all three is the three story brick structure in the center.  From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.

Plant 57- 58 - Chihuahua, Mexico


From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


Plant 57 in 1995.  From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


Plant 58 in 1995.  From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.

Plant 77 - Fishers, IN


Plant 77 was at Crosspoint North of 96th Street on Hague Road.  From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


1995.  From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.

Plant 98 - Seixal, Portugal


Photo Courtesy of Fernando Ribeiro.


Photo Courtesy of Fernando Ribeiro.


From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.


From 1995 Land and Buildings Manual.

Luxembourg


This was a shared facility with other GM Divisions.

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