WINDSOR, Ont., Canada – The new paint shop earmarked for DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc.'s assembly operations here will be the most flexible in Chrysler Group's manufacturing network, the auto maker claims. DC Canada's Windsor site builds short and stretch variants of Dodge and Chrysler minivans, plus the Chrysler Pacifica cross/utility vehicle. But the new paint shop, which will cover 185,000 sq. ft. (17,200 sq. m), will be capable of accommodating up to 11 different body styles. The paint ...
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