NEWARK, DE – Chrysler Group marks the start of production and the culmination of a $180 million investment for the new Dodge Durango SUV at its plant here. The facility, which operates on two shifts and employs 2,284 people, has a production capacity of 606 vehicles per day. The launch of the redesigned Durango production last week represents a significant milestone for Chrysler, which is trying to resuscitate sales via the introduction of 10 new products in ’04. Durango is the first ...

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