Saturday, April 16, 2011

Chrysler feeling pain of Japan parts lack

Chrysler Group LLC was the latest car producers affected by the earthquake of Japan and its aftermath, because overtime said it work on some of which would cancel its North American assembly plants due to parts shortages.

Chrysler, which is headed by Italy "Fiat SpA, said cut off overtime plants in Toluca, Mexico, and in Brampton, Ontario, in, what it the first effects of the crisis Japan."

The river which has auto parts from Japan been disrupted since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Japan met on 11 March.

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"We have experienced no interference of the regularly scheduled production due to one of the problems in Japan." We, however some planned overtime from our take production plan in an effort to save supplier parts, which may be affected by the disaster "Said Chrysler spokeswoman Katie Hepler in a statement."

The Brampton plant, near the city of Toronto, is building the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger and Challenger, and the Fiat 500, which went on sale in the US market while the Toluca plant makes the Dodge journey. Those sections are used in the 500.

Chrysler previously said his minivan assembly plant in Windsor, Ontario, idle would this week due to the part not in connection with the crisis Japan bottlenecks. The plant is also minivans for Volkswagen AG.

The parts deficiency due to the crisis Japan influenced many car manufacturers, with Toyota Motor Corp., have said on Tuesday that at least one of the North American plants would probably have production to interruptions.

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The Japanese automaker said would happen first production cuts likely in this month. Previously, it had limited overtime work at the sites.

Last week, Ford Motor Co. said it would its Kentucky pickup truck plant, idle while Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. the capacity planning table adapted to the locations in the United States and Mexico non-productive days for later planned by the shift in the second and third quarters to April.

Ford had previously said it would its assembly plant in Genk, Belgium, to save parts in the idle state.

General Motors co. had shut before production in the pickup truck in Shreveport, Louisiana, due to the lack of parts.

Copyright 2011 Thomson Reuters.

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