DaimlerChrysler Corp. is banking on its Windsor Assembly Plant (WAP) to make launch history by hitting full production of its '01 minivans in four weeks. The clock began ticking July 24 when Jobs 1 and 2, a Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country, rolled off the line. The goal is 1,470 minivans a day on three shifts — 25,000 in total — before the end of August. DCC Chief Executive James P. Holden says the company built up minivan inventory just in case; the company has been ...

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