TOLEDO, OH – While Chrysler Group officials take a wait-and-see approach, union leaders at United Auto Workers Local 12 are almost giddy at the thought of adding another shift at the Jeep Wrangler Stickney Avenue plant here. Their optimism stems from the addition of the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, a stretched (by 15 ins. [38.1 cm]) version of the historic Wrangler, which labor leaders envision boosting sales of the entire Wrangler line and forcing Chrysler to add another shift at the plant. ...
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