DURHAM, NC – Chrysler Group says it is having difficulty identifying potential derivatives to draw from its Dodge Durango SUV platform, making it less likely the Newark, DE, plant will get an additional product. Newark is one of the few facilities within the Chrysler Group producing a single product off of a single platform. The auto maker is moving to a more flexible manufacturing model that enables plants to flex between different models based on common platforms. Newark does have ...

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