Chrysler starts production at seven North American assembly plants

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One week after finalizing its global strategic alliance with Fiat Group, Chrysler Group on Wednesday, June 17, announced that it will resume volume production of vehicles with the startup of seven of its North American assembly plants the week of June 29.

The company says that as part of a phased production rampup, the following assembly plants are scheduled to resume production at the end of the month:

  • Sterling Heights Assembly Plant (Sterling Heights, Mich.) – Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Avenger;
  • Warren Truck Assembly Plant (Warren, Mich.) – Dodge Ram and Dodge Dakota;
  • St. Louis North Assembly Plant (Fenton, Mo.) – Dodge Ram;
  • Toledo Supplier Park (Toledo, Ohio) – Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Wrangler Unlimited;
  • Brampton Assembly Plant (Brampton, Ontario, Canada) – Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger and Challenger;
  • Windsor Assembly Plant (Windsor, Ontario, Canada) – Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan; and
  • Toluca Assembly Plant (Toluca, Mexico) – Dodge Journey and Chrysler PT Cruiser.
  • Chrysler Group says its powertrain and stamping facilities that supply these assembly plants also will be operating. The company says its Conner Avenue assembly plant, which builds the Dodge Viper, resumed production on Monday, June 15. Chrysler Group says all of its plants will be closed during a previously announced two-week summer break the weeks of July 13 and 20, and that restart of production at other Chrysler Group assembly plants will be announced at a later date.