BRAMPTON, Ont., Canada – Unlike many other major auto makers, DaimlerChrysler AG and its volume-leading Chrysler Group say they do not plan to develop a single manufacturing process for use throughout the company. DC says it will rely more on its design and manufacturing organizations to work hand-in-hand to develop exciting products that fit within certain manufacturing parameters. Products such as the 300C will lead Chrysler and DC to flexible manufacturing. The auto maker is ...

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