Chrysler Group plans to idle production at its Windsor, Ont., Canada, assembly plant for two weeks in October and November, unless demand for the Dodge Grand Caravan, Chrysler Town & Country and Pacifica, which are produced at the facility, improves. The temporary idling could impact up to 5,500 employees. The plant produces 1,325 units per day on three shifts. Chrysler also will idle its Sterling Heights, MI, assembly plant during the week of Oct. 6 for inventory adjustment. The ...

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