Chrysler Group promotes Warren D. Miller, 54, to vice president-stamping and advance stamping manufacturing engineering, responsible for all of the auto maker’s stamping operations. Miller joined Chrysler from American Honda Motor Co. Inc. in 2002, as a director in the stamping side of the business. He reports to manufacturing chief Frank J. Ewasyshyn, as do two other manufacturing vice presidents, under a realignment of the operations.
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