FCA Windsor plant retooled after 10m minivans since 1983
Fiat Chrysler Autos' Windsor Assembly plant (WAP) in Ontario, Canada, has built over 10m of the 4.3m Chrysler minivans sold to date. The plant is now building the sixth generation family hauler, the Chrysler Pacifica. Of the US$2.6bn spent to develop the model, $744m (over CDN$1bn) was allocated to the Windsor plant to add "modest footprint additions to complement the company's product quality initiatives, such as the addition of a component, or metro-logy, centre and complete technical vehicle validation (CTVV), as well as upgrade equipment and processes".
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