Chrysler Group and the United Auto Workers union Local 12 reach a tentative 8-year pact to invest upwards of $2.1 billion to build two new vehicles at the auto maker’s Toledo, OH, manufacturing campus. The agreement encompasses operations at Chrysler’s Toledo North and Toledo South – Stickney Avenue and Parkway Annex facilities, which employ 4,203 works and produce the Jeep Liberty and Jeep Wrangler and house Wrangler stamping, body shop and paint operations. Union members will vote to ...
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