DaimlerChrysler AG pulls the plug on plans to build a $754 million commercial van plant in Pooler, GA. The facility, which would have built the Dodge Sprinter, was the victim of a poor market. “It is definitely off. The plant is completely off,” a DC spokesman tells Ward's. DC drops plans to build a $754 million Sprinter van plant in Georgia. He says DC could not justify the business case for constructing the plant, even though the state had authorized a $320 million ...

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