DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group is shuttering 24 zone offices of its dealer-support system but will be opening eight regional centers. The Detroit Free Press reports 1,000 people who work in the 24 offices will move to the nearest regional office. Chrysler previously had five regional offices. The moves will save the auto maker about $3 million annually in lease and utility payments, as well as other expenses. Chrysler’s regional sites mainly will handle parts distribution but also ...
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