USA: Manufacturing Synergies With Mercedes-Benz Enable DaimlerChrysler Corp. To Save $100 Million on Chrysler Sebring Convertible Launch
The first, new 2001 Chrysler Sebring Convertible rolled off the production line at DaimlerChrysler Corporation's (DCC) Sterling Heights Assembly Plant (SHAP) today, and thanks to manufacturing synergies with Mercedes-Benz the company was able to avoid $100 million in production costs during the launch.
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