ROCHESTER, MI – DaimlerChrysler AG says to expect an announcement next week concerning new investment at its Sterling Heights, MI, assembly and stamping plants. Chrysler Group CEO Dieter Zetsche says the auto maker is working on putting the finishing touches to innovative new deals with the United Auto Workers union for Sterling Heights that will mirror many of the flexible manufacturing elements at its refurbished Belvidere, IL, assembly plant, where new concepts such as work teams, ...
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