DaimlerChrysler AG is prepared to add a third shift at its Eurostar facility in Graz, Austria, boosting capacity to 100,000, should demand of the PT Cruiser and the '01 Chrysler Voyager take-off. Pre-production '01 Voyager pilots began last week. DC will launch the PT Cruiser next summer on the same line as the '01 Voyager. Eurostar competed against, and won, the nod to make PT Cruiser over contenders such as the Belvidere, IL, plant that makes the Neon. Eurostar has capacity for ...

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