DaimlerChrysler AG will launch its next-generation Sprinter commercial van in March, 11 years and about 1.3 million global sales since its debut. The auto maker invested €1.8 billion ($2.2 billion) to develop the successor that will continue to be built in Duesseldorf, Germany, as well as in Ludwigsfelde (Brandenburg), Germany. That includes a €550 million ($665 million) expansion of the body and paint shops in Duesseldorf to assemble panel vans and crewbuses. The Ludwisfelde plant ...

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