DaimlerChrysler Corp. says it can assemble the full range of light- and heavy-duty Dodge Ram pickups in three plants, a far cry from scenarios a year ago that had as many as five facilities dedicated to the fullsize truck. During profitable times DCC envisioned the new Ram platform, codenamed DR, continuing to be assembled at St. Louis North (MO), Warren (MI) and Saltillo (Mexico) for the light-duties, with the heavy-duty '03 Ram 2500 and 3500 at Lago Alberto, Mexico. Pillette (Windsor, ...
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