-Chrysler LLC to restart production of minivan at Windsor assembly plant.
Auto Business News - 01 May 2012
Chrysler LLC, a United States-based automaker, is planning to restart production of its minivan at its Windsor assembly plant.
The automaker is taking this step following the end of a Canadian Auto Workers strike that threatened to diminish its already-low minivan supply. The strike was ended after 75 percent of 190 workers at Dakkota Integrated Systems approved a new three-year contract.
Chrysler CEO, Sergio Marchionne, said, 'This is not the way to build a car company. If this is the beginning of, and a demonstration of the willingness of the part of our friends on the other side of the border to carry out... if that's the basis on which we're going to move forward, I think we're going to have a very difficult round of negotiations.'
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