UPDATE 1-Chrysler aims to cut supply chain costs by 25 percent


(Recasts, adds details on supplier relations, background and byline) By Poornima Gupta DETROIT, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Chrysler LLC aims to cut its supply chain costs by 25 percent in the next three years, and improve its relationship with suppliers, John Campi, executive vice president of procurement, said on Friday. Campi also said Chrysler has named as its "supplier of choice," Japan's Denso Corp, which would enable the company to win future Chrysler business. Chrysler will have about ...

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