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Parts shortages rack Chrysler plants

by David Zatz on


Chrysler has cancelled its first shifts at numerous facilities today, blaming “parts shortages.” While no details were given, the decision implies local transportation problems due to inclement weather. Plants closed run the gamut, with assembly (Jefferson North, Sterling Heights, Toledo, Warren Truck, Brampton), engine (GEMA, Mack I and II, Trenton North and South), and other supply plants all affected (Detroit Axle, Toledo Machining, Warren and Sterling Heights stamping).


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