While most employees at DaimlerChrysler AG's Bramalea Assembly Plant were in Brampton, Ont., July 4 celebrating the roll-off of the 2 millionth large sedan, a handful were at work on a test program to cut waste in the development of the '04 lineup (see related story p.1). The automaker's new e-commerce division says there are billions to be saved in wasted time and cost by streamlining internal operations. The test bed is the new large car platform, says e-commerce chief Gary Dilts. ...
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