General Motors is considering selling its medium-duty truck line to International Truck and Engine, according to a report in the Flint Journal.
The paper reported that the UAW, "wrapped in thorny national contract negotiations with GM and Delphi Corp.," doesn't favor any approval any such move.
The paper said that GM has been in discussions with International Truck and Engine to sell the medium-duty line and eventually move it to an International facility in the Midwest.
GM and International spokesmen declined to comment.
"We are not going to comment on or speculate about rumors that are out there. Thats pretty much all I can say at this time," GM spokesman Tom Wickham told the newspaper.
International has its own medium-duty truck facility in Springfield, Ohio.