DETROIT, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Chrysler LLC aims to cut its supply chain costs by 25 percent in the next three years, John Campi, the automaker's executive vice president of procurement, said on Friday. Campi said cost-cuts would be achieved through a number of ways including reducing vehicle complexity and parts, and maintaining a stable production schedule. "I've set an arbitrary aggressive target of 25 percent cost out of the supply chain," Campi told the Center for Automotive Research ...
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