Chrysler Group by fall expects to have settled on plans for its Toledo, OH, assembly plant that will partially be owned and operated by suppliers, and contracts with the major players must be in place by year-end, top officials say. “Probably by the fall, we’ll know what our future plans are there,” says Thomas LaSorda, executive vice president-manufacturing. “And the major supplier partnerships need to be signed by the end of the year.” The major players are the three or four each who ...
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