CHELSEA, MI – DaimlerChrysler AG continues to explore the possibility of installing Dodge Sprinter van capacity in the U.S., although no decision has been made. The auto maker, shipping as many Sprinter cab and chassis units as it can spare from DC's Dusseldorf, Germany, plant to a Freightliner Corp. kit assembly facility in Gafney, SC, has seen increased demand for its workhorse van in 2005, with deliveries outpacing like-2004 by 76.8% through May. Sprinter sales outpace 2004 by ...

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