Chrysler Group and the Canadian Auto Workers union reach a tentative pact to add a third shift at the auto maker’s Brampton, Ont., Canada, rear-wheel-drive car assembly plant. The addition of a third shift at the facility, which builds the Chrysler 300 Series and Dodge Magnum, will pave the way for a smooth launch of the Dodge Charger in January 2005, as well as increase availability of all three models. Members of CAW Local 1285 will vote on the pact on Oct. 24. The third shift could ...

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