Chrysler Group’s Toledo, OH, Jeep assembly complex is expected to reopen Friday (Jan. 28) after being shuttered since a murder-suicide Wednesday night (Jan. 26) at the Liberty SUV plant. “We’re expecting to (reopen Friday),” says a Chrysler spokesman. “But we’re going to be doing grief counseling as long as it takes.” Production stilled at Toledo North Assembly Plant. The Liberty is made at Chrysler’s Toledo North Assembly Plant (TNAP). The Wrangler SUV is built at two nearby ...

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