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Chrysler to Invest in St. Louis South Assembly Plant to Boost Minivan Production

June 8, 2004

DaimlerChrysler’s Chrysler division reported on June 7 that it was investing $113 million in its St. Louis South assembly plant to boost production of its new lineup of minivans. The investment will go toward the tooling, facility, and process changes needed to build both short- and long-wheelbase versions of Chrysler and Dodge minivans with second- and third-row seats that fold flat into the floor, the company said in a statement. Until now, Chrysler has only built its 2005 model minivans with the ``Stow 'n Go'' feature -- an industry first -- at its assembly plant in Windsor, Ontario.
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