Chrysler Group is building pilot vehicles of its new D-segment car – well ahead of schedule – at its assembly plant in Sterling Heights, MI, says Frank Ewasyshyn, executive vice president-manufacturing. Lessons learned at Chrysler’s production site in Belvidere, IL, have helped accelerate the pace of retooling at Sterling Heights, Ewasyshyn tells Ward’s. It is the second application of Chrysler’s new flexible manufacturing process and represents an investment of $506 million in ...
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