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Stellantis Shaken By Surprise UAW Stand-Up Strike At Ram Plant

In a startling turn of events, the United Auto Workers (UAW) dealt a staggering blow to Stellantis this morning, initiating an unforeseen stand-up strike at the Sterling Heights Assembly Plant (SHAP) in Sterling Heights, Michigan. This sprawling 5-million-square-foot facility is the birthplace of the highly sought-after 2024 Ram 1500 (DT) pickup, a linchpin of Stellantis’ production lineup. The move reverberated through Stellantis, which boasted an impressive production of nearly half a million pickups in 2022. “Despite having the highest revenue, the highest profits (North American and global), the highest profit margins, and the most cash in reserve, Stellantis lags behind … (read full article...)

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TripleT

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Fain is making the same error he did at Ford.... Once you play your Trump Card the Negotiation is done. WOW...

Hope Sterling Heights survives the ego maniac.
 

JustTheFactsMaam

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Does Shawn Fain and the UAW leadership look at any real data? Automobile sales are in rapid decline and auto loan delinquency rates are higher now than the 2008 recession. This strike could easily turn into massive layoffs and plant closings if they are not careful. I have watched the arrogance and hubris by the Big 3 management and labor for 50 years, and it has devastated Michigan.
 

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