Shreveport Operations was a General Motors automobile factory in Shreveport, Louisiana. The 3,100,000-square-foot (290,000 m2) factory opened in 1981 and formerly produced the company's compact pickup trucks. In January 3, 2013, the plant was purchased by Elio Motors.
- 1982–2004 Chevrolet S-10
- 1982–2004 GMC Sonoma
- 1991 GMC Syclone
- 1996–2000 Isuzu Hombre
- 2004–2012 Chevrolet Colorado
- 2004–2012 GMC Canyon
- 2006–2008 Isuzu i-Series
- 2005–2010 Hummer H3
- 2009–2010 Hummer H3T
The Shreveport Plant was closed on August 31, 2012 with the last truck produced being a white Chevrolet Colorado.
Last Day 
The last truck to be manufactured at the Shreveport Operations plant rolled off the line early Tuesday afternoon August 28, 2012. On the front of the vehicle, a banner was attached displaying that it was the 8,853,693rd vehicle that had been assembled at the plant. On the back, someone had placed a sign that said, "That's all, folks!"
On its final day of operation, just over 800 hourly and salaried workers were on the clock. Once the line shut down, only a few dozen workers remained for the plant's decommissioning process. At one time 3,000 employees were on the payroll.
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