According to Director of Operations Mark Stewart stellar For North America, the company is “pretty close to being able to reveal” the models that will be built at its famed manufacturing plant. windsorOntario, Canada.
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The plant currently manufactures the Chrysler Pacifica Grand Caravan for the market. canadian and Voyager. The facility, which was first built in 1928 and is staffed by about 4,000 workers, could soon be hiring more as a result of this upcoming product, Stewart suggested.
planta You currently have two shifts, which is less than you’ve historically taken. When stellar Announce a new product you expect to manufacture at a plant you expect will eventually add enough work to require an extra shift.
“We’ll be very excited to host our union leadership to see the different models as we roll this out. In the coming months, we’ll reveal what they are,” Stewart said. “The whole purpose is that the plant of windsor Back to three-shift operation for several years,” he said.
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Even then stellar It has not yet officially announced what it plans to manufacture at the plant. windsor, Chances are it’s geared towards more futuristic cars than the minivans currently built out there.
as part of a joint venture with lg energy solutionsThe automaker had earlier announced that it would build a battery plant in the city canadianWhich is in line with other announcements promising production of electric vehicles at the plants.
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automatic forecasting solutionA US-based analytics firm claims that Stellantis is planning to build the Dodge Charger and Challenger based on the electric platform. STLA The next generation at Windsor. This would require them to relocate their current production base to the city of Brampton windsor,
stellar has confirmed that production of the Charger and Challenger will cease in Brampton in 2022, while Chrysler 300 production will end in 2024. After that, work on the facility will halt so it can be redeveloped to make Jeep products.