DUNDEE, MI – Global Engine Mfg. Alliance’s (GEMA’s) decision to expand its engine assembly plant here certainly won’t lessen the pressure to make sure its lean manufacturing processes remain intact should workers opt for union representation. DaimlerChrysler's Dieter Zetsche and Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm at Dundee plant. The planned two plants will have an annual capacity of 840,000 engines, which will be supplied to various GEMA partner (DaimlerChrysler AG, Mitsubishi ...

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