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New Mexican warehouse

by David Zatz on


Chrysler de México, which appears to have been renamed FCA Mexico, has opened a new 484,000 square foot Mopar Parts Distribution Center in Toluca, Mexico, home of the Journey/500 plant.

The new Mopar Parts Distribution Center will fulfill shipments throughout Mexico and has the capacity to distribute 6,500 items. The Distribution Center will employ two shifts, creating 97 jobs.

The inaugural event was hosted by Bruno Cattori, President and CEO of FCA Mexico; Pietro Gorlier, President and CEO of Mopar Service, Parts and Customer Care for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Eruviel Avila, Governor of the State of Mexico. Mr. Cattori noted that Chrysler had been in Toluca since 1968, while Mr. Gorlier said the facility was a $13 million investment.

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