WARREN, MI – Chrysler Group appears poised to make good on an old promise and restore a third shift to its Brampton, Ont., Canada, plant that is making the hot-selling Chrysler 300 Series. Chrysler 300 The Brampton plant was a 3-shift operation until 2001, when the midnight crew was laid off as part of Chrysler’s 3-year restructuring plan. Workers were consoled with promises the third shift could be called back if the all-new LX family rear-drive vehicles took off. The first RWD ...

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