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Daimler-Chrysler to Spend $113M on Fenton Plant

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The Stow 'N Go feature on a Dodge Caravan (photo from Daimler-Chrysler)

By Ap/KWMU

Auburn Hills, MI – Daimler-Chrysler said Monday it will spend $113 million at its assembly plant in Fenton.

The upgrade will allow workers to build Chrysler and Dodge minivans with what's called the 'Stow 'n Go' feature. Those vans can only be made right now in Canada, in Windsor, Ontario.

The company says the added production will help meet customer demand.

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