Chrysler To Add 900 Jobs At Michigan Plant
In the fall, Chrysler plans to start selling new versions of these cars, which it claims will be updated from top to bottom. The second shift will begin in the first quarter of 2011.
Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne told reporters that the Sterling Heights factory, which currently employs 1,270 workers on one shift, would also produce the next-generation Chrysler midsize car that will be built on a new undercarriage.
Parts makers for the Sebring and Avenger, and the Sebring convertible, which also is built at the plant, are expected to add 500 jobs.
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