DaimlerChrysler Corp., the perennial No.3 player in what is already a small market for commercial vans in the U.S., isn't looking to exit the segment, DCC President James P. Holden tells Ward's. But the automaker hasn't sorted through all the options yet and in the end could abandon the market if it can't make full-size vans more profitable, Mr. Holden acknowledges. Either way, capacity-strapped DCC plans to make use of the Pillette Rd. (Windsor, Ont.) plant, he says. “I don't know where ...

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