NEW YORK – Wave two of component sharing between the Chrysler Group and Mercedes-Benz is underway, says Richard O. Schaum, Chrysler Group head of product development, quality and passenger car operations. Richard O. Schaum "We just kicked it off," says Schaum of round two of component sharing and volume bundling – an exercise that includes going to the supply base to discuss long-range, high-volume plans for parts that are similar but not identical. There are 54 component ...
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