A special report on the resurgence of the Detroit auto industry using the Chrysler Jeep plant at Jefferson North as a focal point. The report centers on the characters behind the plant and the new technology it is using for manufacturing cars, while also looking at the economic desperation of the neighborhood in which the Jeep plant sits.In 2013, the plant produced more than 325, 000 vehicles, the most since 1999 and five times more than it built in 2009. With estimated pretax ... While Toyota may sell more Camry sedans, profit margins are slimmer, which means a standard car factory is not as profitable as an SUV plant. ... aIta#39;s quite a grueling schedule.
|Title||:||Reckoning to Revival|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2014-10-09|