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Light trucks drive sales in Canada, U.S.

Pickups, SUVs and minivans spurred record sales gains in Canada last month as deal-hungry consumers kept car dealerships busy.

Sales of 167,919 units represented the fourth straight month of record gains in Canada and were up 12.6 per cent over the same period last year, according to the Global Automakers of Canada. 584 more words


Diesel Boost For Ram Trucks

AUBURN HILLS — Chrysler Group LLC says it’s doubling diesel production of its Ram 1500 light truck to 20 percent of the truck’s total volume — double the automaker’s initial production plan — based on strong consumer demand. 319 more words


Chrysler Increases Ram 1500 Truck Production

Chrysler Group LLC has increased capacity at its Warren Truck Assembly Plant to meet growing demand for the Ram 1500.

The Auburn Hills-based automaker increased production by 100 vehicles a day, or more than 28,585 additional vehicles a year. 384 more words

Chrysler CEO promises 'stunning' new minivan

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — The Windsor Assembly Plant will shut for 12 weeks in the first half of 2015 to retool for production of a “stunning” next-generation minivan, Chrysler Group CEO Sergio Marchionne said Friday. 799 more words


Marchionne to host visit by Italian Prime Minister

The youngest prime minister in the history of Italy will make his inaugural visit to Chrysler Group’s headquarters Friday. Matteo Renzi, will meet with CEO Sergio Marchionne, who’ll host a tour of the Auburn Hills, Mich., complex. 396 more words


Global Strategic Supply Solutions named finalist for MMSDC Supplier of the Year Award

pictured: Lisa Lunsford, CEO and co-founder of GS3

The Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council (MMSDC) has announced Global Strategic Supply Solutions (GS3 Global) as a finalist for the 2014 MMSDC Minority Supplier of the Year Award. 343 more words


Five Years Later, Chrysler’s Gamble on Ram Trucks Is Paying Off

WARREN, Mich. — In December, the sprawling, four million-square-foot factory here where workers assemble Ram pickup trucks, along conveyors that weave for more than 30 miles, suddenly went quiet. 1,401 more words

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