FORT MEYERS, FL – If all goes according to plan, the Mercedes-Benz Vans unit of DaimlerChrysler AG’s commercial vehicle operations will have an assembly plant in the U.S. by the summer of 2006 and double its size to 110,000 units and two van products by the end of the decade. If demand were to warrant proceeding with the facility, it would start with assembly of the Sprinter Class 2 and 3 cargo van and, again if demand is high, expand a few years later to add a future generation ...
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