DETROIT – Much like he did at General Motors Corp., Thomas LaSorda is preparing to leave his mark on how vehicles are made – this time for Chrysler Group. The Newark, DE, plant needs additional products, beyond the next-generation Durango. It’s been more than a year since LaSorda was named Chrysler executive vice president-manufacturing, and less than three years since he left GM for Auburn Hills, to oversee powertrain assembly for the auto maker deemed the least flexible of the ...
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