Chrysler Group says it will invest $210 million to upgrade its Saltillo, Mexico, truck plant to improve flexibility to produce more than one model. The auto maker also says it will shift production of its diesel-powered Dodge Ram pickup truck from Saltillo to St. Louis, MO, as a result of the investment. Chrysler expects to use the money to build a new paint shop and increase automation at the Mexican plant, which employs 2,100 workers. Published reports indicate the Saltillo plant ...

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