* Sterling Heights plant was to shut in 2012 * Second shift to be added in 2011, creating 900 jobs * Suppliers to add 500 jobs to support higher demand (Adds detail, background, CEO quote, byline) By Bernie Woodall and David Bailey DETROIT, July 30 (Reuters) - Chrysler Group LLC will add a second shift to the Sterling Heights Assembly Plant near Detroit in early 2011 and keep that plant open beyond 2012, when it had been planned to shut, the company said on Friday. Chrysler Chief ...
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