Chrysler LLC’s minivan plant in Windsor, ON, Canada, continues its shutdown today, a result of the auto maker’s third parts shortage in less than one month. A strike by Canadian Auto Workers union members at a nearby TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. site halted production Thursday at the Chrysler plant, home to the auto maker’s bread-and-butter Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan. The shutdown affects about 4,700 workers, according to Chrysler spokeswoman Michele Tinson. The ...

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