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Stellantis Will Cut Shifts From Grand Cherokee & Durango Plant:

Stellantis Will Cut Shifts From Grand Cherokee & Durango Plant:​

Temporary Layoffs Are Coming This Week, Due To Ongoing Semiconductor Shortage...​


Employees at the Jefferson North Assembly Plant (JNAP) in Detroit, Michigan are facing temporary layoffs due to the ongoing shortage of semiconductor chips. The plant currently is home to the updated 2021 Dodge Durango (WD) and the popular 2021 Jeep® Grand Cherokee (WK2). Stellantis management confirmed the decision yesterday, which will continue through the rest of April to the end of May.

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bill burke

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Dec 9, 2020
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Had our tech industry not out-sourced our vital computer manufacturing to foreign companies, this situation would have been avoided. Not just a political slogan of the last administration, which had it right, Made in America was the right thing to do for business and national security and changing that policy with a new, highly political one will only exasperbate the situation. Some folks never learn, sadly for us all.

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