DETROIT, Feb 23 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler AG units Detroit Diesel Corp. and Freightliner said on Wednesday they will invest $275 million in a manufacturing and office facility in Redford, Michigan. The 3.2 million square-foot facility will become home to a new heavy-duty truck engine line as well as medium-duty engine assembly and expanded axle assembly operations. The site will also house the new headquarters of Sterling Truck Corp. and Western Star Trucks, both business units of ...
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