NEW YORK – DaimlerChrysler Corp. plants will be operating at 95% or capacity – or higher – within 24 months, says Chief Operating Officer Tom LaSorda. He won’t reveal Chrysler’s current capacity utilization but does not argue with the latest Harbour Report that puts the figure at 86%. "Our intent is to get all our plants on two shifts, then hopefully on three shifts," he says. Chrysler’s Windsor plant is running at more than 100% of its 2-shift capacity. The Belvidere, IL, ...

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