DETROIT – Chrysler announces a $238 million plan to add 1,250 jobs at three Michigan plants, increasing production capacity for two popular engines and its fullsize pickup truck. The auto maker's truck assembly plant in Warren, MI, which produces the recently refreshed Ram 1500, gets a third crew in March 2013. The move creates 1,000 more jobs and signals Chrysler’s commitment to gaining share in the increasingly competitive pickup market. Elsewhere in Michigan, the ...
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