FCA Canada Fleet Operations recently held its 2019 Spring Launch Event at Pearson Convention Centre in Toronto, showcasing the Jeep Gladiator and Ram HD.
A “yes” by Renault would open the way for a non-binding memorandum of understanding to start exclusive merger negotiations.
Michigan’s economic development board approved a US$223 million incentive package, the automaker will create 6,400 jobs.
Automaker cutting the third shift, which produces the Chrysler Pacifica, its hybrid version, and Dodge Grand Caravan.
Investment in Canada’s vehicle assembly sector averaged just $1.2 billion a year between 2010 and 2017, down from $2.3 billion a year in the previous decade.
The investment would roughly double FCA’s hourly workforce in the city.
North America profits grew by 19 per cent.
Automakers were hoping that the plants can return to normal operations as temperatures moderate on Saturday and into next week.
Unexpected complications from surgery in Zurich.
Legacy is a corporate culture where “mediocrity is never, ever worth the trip.”
FCA isn’t expecting any large production disruptions at any factories other than Windsor.
Candidates include Canadian Reid Bigland, former FCA Canada president and CEO.
Warren Truck Assembly Plant will make the Ram Heavy Duty Truck starting in 2020.
Marchionne says the brand is for sale; can’t compete globally without a tie-up to a bigger partner.
FCA also has a partnership to provide vehicles and install technology developed by Google’s autonomous car unit, Waymo.