EXCLUSIVE: BRAZIL: Chrysler wants new vehicle for Campo Largo plant
Chrysler plans to phase out production of Dodge Dakota trucks at its plant in Campo Largo, Parana state, by April 2001 and build another model instead. The company is currently operating the plant at only 11.5 percent of capacity with daily production of 28 vehicles. DaimlerChrysler of Brazil communications director Andre Senador said that the company doesn't intend to close the plant. "We need to decide on another vehicle that will enable the plant to work at its planned production capacity," he said.
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