Chrysler Group’s product strategy for its assembly plant in Brampton, ON, Canada, is back on track following workers’ approval of previously rejected concessions, says the auto maker’s chief operating officer. “We’re very pleased,” Eric Ridenour tells Ward’s. “We now can go forward with the plans as we’ve discussed with (the Canadian Auto Workers union).” Chrysler sought concessions such as the elimination of a wage premium. In return, the auto maker promised a fifth product for the ...
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