DaimlerChrysler Corp. cut production at its Newark, NJ; Warren, MI; and St. Louis North assembly plants due a shortage of components from its Detroit Axle facility. The plants make DCC's highly popular and profitable Dodge Durango, Ram and Dakota light trucks. “We're just having trouble getting the quantities needed because we're working overtime at most of the plants. The flooding (caused by Hurricane Floyd in September) pretty much slowed everything down,” says a DCC spokesman. DCC ...
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