Software facilitates fixture-free measuring at Chrysler
- China minivan project hits pothole. Johnson, Richard // Automotive News;9/12/1994, Vol. 69 Issue 5569, p4
Reports that discussions between Chrysler Corp. and the Chinese government to build a minivan plant in southern China have hit a last-minute snag. Chinese partners' 11th-hour conditions.
- LH workers OK 3-shift option. Sinek, Jeremy // Automotive News;4/3/1995, Vol. 69 Issue 5598, p55
Reports that workers at Chrysler's LH plant in Bramalea, Ontario has agreed in principle to a three-shift operation. Closure of the Bramalea plant due to reduce inventories.
- Chrysler will expand plant that was destined to die. Barkholz, David // Automotive News;8/9/2010, Vol. 84 Issue 6424, p6
The article reports that Chrysler Corp. may have to expand the paint shop and redo part of the body shop at its plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan, for the production of the Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Avenger mid-sized sedans beyond their current 2012 life cycles.
- A rare win for a city. McGinn, Daniel // Newsweek;8/11/1997, Vol. 130 Issue 6, p44
Reports on the announcement from the Chrysler Corp. that it plans to build a new Jeep factory in Toledo, Ohio. Why car manufacturers avoid building factories in urban areas; Jeep factory opening in 2001; Advantages to building a factory at the Toledo site; Comments from Dennis Pawley,...
- Chrysler primes plant for more than minivans. Kisiel, Ralph // Automotive News;11/2/1998, Vol. 73 Issue 5791, p4
Reports on Chrysler Corp.'s plans to upgrade its minivan factory in Windsor, Ontario. Investment of the company in the project; Vehicles to be produced at the plant; Chrysler's plans in introducing its next-generation minivans.
- Chrysler considers new N.A. plant. Wernle, Bradford // Automotive News;1/18/2010, Vol. 84 Issue 6395, p10
The article reports that Chrysler Corp. is considering a new assembly plant in North America to make Fiat-based models.
- Kick starting CAM at Chrysler: Making control programming viper-fast. Vasilash, Gary S. // Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Jul98, Vol. 110 Issue 7, p54
Reports that the Chrysler company has developed a computer software technology which enables the stimulation workcells and the generation of programs, to operation equipment at the same time. Background information on Chrysler; Details on the CAD/CAE/CAM computer software; Features of the...
- UAW votes at Chrysler. Kisiel, Ralph // Automotive News;12/22/1997, Vol. 71 Issue 5745, p1
States that Chrysler Corp. workers with UAW Local 51 will vote again on the plans for a V-6 engine plant in Detroit, Michigan. The engine to be used in the 2001 model year Jeep Cherokee; An issue being the loss of propulsion-shaft jobs won during a strike in the spring of 1997.
- LaSorda reaffirms axle plant plan. Wernle, Bradford; Barkholz, David // Automotive News;5/12/2008, Vol. 82 Issue 6307, p4
The article reports that Chrysler Corp. will look for a potential partner after construction work at the axle plant in Marysville, Michigan, is completed. Chrysler plans to spend $700 million on the Marysville axle plant. It will replace the carmaker's aging Detroit, Michigan axle plant. The new...
- Grand Cherokee will get axles from new plant. Barkholz, David; Sherefkin, Robert // Automotive News;9/8/2008, Vol. 83 Issue 6324, p8
The article reports that Chrysler Corp. is lining up equipment and business for its planned $700 million axle plant in Marysville, Michigan, that is scheduled to begin production in 2010. One of its first orders will be the axles for the redesigned 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The plant will use a...