• Ram unveils Texas Ranger edition concept truck

    March 25, 2015
    The Ram Truck brand unveiled a one-of-a-kind Texas Ranger concept truck to commemorate and promote the brand’s partnership with the renowned law-enforcement agency and the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum. Introduced at the 2015 Dallas Auto Show, the Ram Texas Ranger edition concept truck is identified by unique Texas Ranger badging designed to represent the Mexican five-peso coins from which Ranger badges are tooled.
  • Toluca Complex awarded WCM bronze

    March 23, 2015
    The Toluca (Mexico) Complex was awarded bronze status for its results in implementing World Class Manufacturing (WCM) and becoming the second plant in the country to achieve that status and the ninth North American facility to achieve the WCM award milestone. The Toluca Complex includes the Toluca Assembly Plant and the Toluca Stamping Plant. The Toluca Assembly Plant produces the Fiat 500, Dodge Journey and Fiat Freemont.
  • Durango gets Radar Red leather seats

    March 26, 2015
    Dodge again is responding to its customers who have been clamoring for the segment-exclusive red nappa leather seats since they were first shown as a Durango concept vehicle in the Mopar display at the 2013 Specialty Equipment Market Association Show (SEMA) in Las Vegas. New for 2015, class-exclusive Radar Red nappa leather seats are available to order on the 2015 Dodge Durango R/T.
  • ITP1 celebrates 10 million ‘safe’ hours

    March 26, 2015
    Brian Harlow, Vice President–Manufacturing, called it “something that’s never been done before.” Employees of Indiana Transmission Plant 1 (ITP1) recorded 10 million hours without a lost-time injury, an achievement spanning nearly three years. A lost-time injury is described as a nonfatal traumatic injury that causes loss of time from work beyond the day or shift it occurred.
  • Brampton employees put their ‘right' foot forward

    March 26, 2015
    The employees at the Brampton (Ontario) Assembly Plant helped celebrate World Down Syndrome Day on March 21. World Down Syndrome Day promotes awareness that we all look a little different and it’s OK to be different. Employees at the plant wore funky socks, many of them pulled over their pants, that day to help bring awareness and show support for those affected by the genetic disorder and those with relatives who have the disorder.




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