DaimlerChrysler AG initiates a massive restructuring of its global commercial truck operations to combine the myriad of brands into one organization. The moves should help the truck maker achieve additional synergies toward reducing development and production costs by up to two-thirds. DC seeks to reduce truck development costs via component synergies. The plans call for DC’s truck brands – Freightliner, Mercedes-Benz, Western Star and Sterling – to standardize major ...

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