AUBURN HILLS, MI – Key to Chrysler Group’s quest to become one of the most efficient auto makers by 2007 is a 6-page document known as “Letter 124.” This is a side agreement reached with the United Auto Workers union as part of the 2003 national bargaining agreement that provides for a team-manufacturing concept. It is transforming the way Chrysler and the union cooperate. Chrysler manufacturing chief Frank Ewasyshyn Traditionally, Big Three manufacturing plants have a ...

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