TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Chrysler Group’s decision to reuse existing tooling at its Newark, DE, assembly plant for production of the new Dodge Durango is cutting capital expenditures for the program by 30%. Utilizing existing tooling reduces capital expenditure for new Dodge Durango 30%. The auto maker says the methods used in the Durango program will flow through to other vehicle projects currently under development. Unlike previous programs that required significant downtime for ...
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