GRAZ, Austria – DaimlerChrysler AG is set for a production shift involving three product lines on two continents as a result of the sale of its assembly plant here to Magna International Inc. Production of the Chrysler Group’s PT Cruiser and Chrysler Voyager minivan will end July 12 at Magna’s Eurostar assembly plant, with Mercedes-Benz M-Class production to move shortly after. Magna needs Eurostar capacity to build the BMW X-3 cross/utility vehicle at an annual volume of up to 100,000 ...
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