DaimlerChrysler Corp. has spent some $45 million on its manufacturing operations to prepare for Y2K and in October again will test its expenditures with a fully integrated roll-up at its Belvidere, IL, facility, says Gary L. Henson, senior vice president-manufacturing for DCC. “At DaimlerChrysler, our confidence level internally is about as close to 100% as you can get, thanks to a lot of effort, significant investment and some simulated roll-ups that we've been doing to check our status,” ...
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