The $1 billion rebirth of DaimlerChrysler AG's Pillette Road Truck Assembly Plant in Windsor, Ont., means the death of the Dodge Ram full-sized Van and Wagon at the end of the '02 model year to devote the entire facility to new Dodge product for '03. The carmaker ended a year of speculation with last Thursday's announcement (June 15) that new product for Pillette will be in place of — not in addition to — B-van production. The facility will triple in size to 2.7 million sq.-ft., complete ...
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