KOKOMO, IN – Chrysler Group will move forward with plans to build two new Jeep models at the auto maker’s Toledo, OH, complex after workers ratify a new 8-year contract. Chrysler’s Toledo, OH, plant will build redesigned Jeep Wrangler in 2006. The deal calls for Chrysler to invest $2.1 billion at the facility, with suppliers taking over some of the assembly functions, notably building and operating paint and body shops, leaving Chrysler to man final assembly only. The United ...

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