KOKOMO, IN – Chrysler Group will make a decision on the timing of the closure of its foundry operations in Indianapolis, IN, within the first quarter 2004. Tom LaSorda, Chrysler Group executive vice president-manufacturing, tells Ward’s the auto maker is meeting with various suppliers to gauge their potential interest in the facility. He has not received any interest in the facility’s assets from outside suppliers. “We’d hope to have a plan or strategy at least we could give the ...

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