DaimlerChrysler AG’s Freightliner LLC heavy truck unit says it is cutting production output and workers due to “very difficult and extraordinary market conditions in the North American truck manufacturing industry.” Freightliner’s Cleveland, NC, Truck Mfg. Plant and its Mount Holly, NC, plant will be temporarily shut down from Jan. 2-10, 2003. Also, 138 regular and 362 temporary employees at the Cleveland plant and 175 temporary employees at its St. Thomas, Ont., facility will lose their ...

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