Following the lead of Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Corp., Chrysler Group is trimming its first-quarter 2005 North American output schedule by 6.7%, or 47,300 units. Revised plans call for 660,000 assemblies in the quarter, down 1% from like-2004’s 665,900 completions. (See related data: Ward’s North American Production Schedule) In the U.S., a cut of 32,600 trucks is partially offset by a 1,500-unit increase in car output, while in Canada, the addition of 4,600 vans and cross/utility ...
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