Hummer looks for headquarters sites

Hummer looks for headquarters sites

Hummer, the General Motors Corp. SUV unit being sold to a Chinese machinery maker, is considering Michigan and Tennessee as headquarters sites, the division’s chief said.

The locations under study include Detroit and the area around Nashville, "where other automotive manufacturers have chosen to collect," Hummer CEO Jim Taylor said Monday in an interview.

Separating from Detroit-based GM means Hummer must create corporate offices as it prepares to start building SUVs under the ownership of Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Co. Chengdu, China-based Tengzhong has a preliminary agreement to take on Hummer’s dealer accords and senior management.

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