US: Flexible manufacturing re-tool delivers new convertible
The redesigned 2008 Sebring convertible - going on sale soon in the US and due to be exported worldwide in both left- and right-hand-drive forms later this year - is an example of Chrysler Group's expanding flexible manufacturing strategy (FMS), which allows the company to bring its new vehicles to market more quickly, and the Sterling Heights (Michigan) assembly plant (SHAP) to manufacture multiple products on one assembly line, the automaker said this week.
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