DaimlerChrysler Canada has scheduled overtime shifts for every Saturday for the foreseeable future at the Windsor (Ont.) Assembly Plant that makes the new family of Chrysler minivans. The plant is at full production building the '01 models and incentives are clearing out the safety bank of '00 models. DC had 30,000 units of extra inventory in case the ramp up did not meet expectations. Most of the '00 units are short wheelbase models to cover the almost four-month gap between build out and ...
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