STERLING HEIGHTS, MI – Chrysler Group says it will begin construction at its assembly and stamping plants here in the summer of 2006 to make way for its new D-segment line of passenger cars. The plant will have the capability of building both C- and D-segment vehicles, with a maximum of five variants running down the same final assembly and body shop lines. Plans are to invest $506 million in both facilities, adding as many as 500 new jobs at the plant, bringing total employment to 5,600 ...
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