DaimlerChrysler Canada workers at the Pillette Road Truck Assembly Plant face rotating layoffs when they return from their lengthy summer shutdown, because of weak demand for the Dodge Ram Van/Wagon. The plant ramps up Aug. 14, at which point the 2,050 workers on two shifts will take turns making vehicles the company plans to stop building in April 2002. One shift works one week, then goes on layoff while the second shift works one week. The company and Canadian Auto Workers union ...
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