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Chrysler Group LLC today announced that the company's Windsor Assembly Plant has begun production of Grand Voyagers for international markets. The facility's Flexible Manufacturing System enables diesel models and right-hand drive versions to be built on the same line as the left-hand drive and petrol models.
The Chrysler Grand Voyager is sold in more than 80 countries. Chrysler first began offering right-hand drive versions of its people mover in 1997 for markets such as the United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Singapore, and the Philippines.
The Windsor Assembly Plant was constructed in 1928 and began production of the award-winning Chrysler people movers in 1983. The 4.01 million square foot facility occupies 176.92 acres and employs approximately 4,627 workers.
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