AUBURN HILLS, MI – The system of quality gates Chrysler Group introduced in 2001 to institutionalize quality processes, checks and balances now is well defined and tracking the progress of new models currently in development. So says Frank Klegon, who takes over Sept.1 as Chrysler Group executive vice president-product development. For the last year, Klegon has held the newly created post of vice president-product development process and components, with a goal of implementing structural ...

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