Plans to export production methods to its plants globally
The Swedish automaker is in the midst of an $11 billion turnaround plan that it hopes will double worldwide sales to 800,000 by 2020.
The shares are owned by a UAW-run trust that pays health care costs for 130,000 blue-collar Chrysler retirees.
Agreement includes a $3,000 signing bonus, full-time jobs to about 300 temporary workers.
Ending ‘temporary’ investment made in 2009 to help keep the automaker afloat.
Letter centres on an ‘innovative model’ of employee representation for all employees.
Jim Tetreault says the company needs to squeeze more cars and trucks out of existing factories.
Quality a priority, fancy test course to avoid recall fiasco.
Plant is expected to employ more than 500 people when it goes online in early 2016
Luxury vehicle sales slow but automaker optimistic about long-term growth.
Company will shift focus to motorcycles, all-terrain vehicle sales and its marine division.
German automaker will spend $875 million for a 12% stake in BAIC Motor.
Used Volt battery packs are packaged into modular unit that provides up to two hours of off-grid electricity.
“They can least afford a shutdown of operations in Canada.” — Tony Faria, University of Windsor
Top automaker proves it’s recovering from natural disasters, quality problems.