Stellandis The Chrysler minivan plant in Windsor, Ontario, confirmed on Thursday that a shortage of an area from an external supplier had stopped production this week.
The shortage was not related to a shortage of microchips, instead the plant went down this week Jeep Cherokee Belvidere and two Ford Motor Co. in Illinois. The factories did not specify which side of Stellantis was affected.
Stellandis: Stop production at the Windsor plant, that’s the reason
Production Chrysler Pacifica It crashed Wednesday and Thursday at the Windsor assembly plant, the automaker confirmed. On Friday, Stellandis also canceled a day shift at the two-shift plant.
Both Windsor and Belvidere are expected to resume production next week. Jefferson North assembly plant in Detroit, which manufactures SUVs Dodge Turango and Jeep Grand CherokeeWaiting for alignment until the end of May.
Thel CEO of Stellantis Carlos Tavares EV warned earlier this week about the potential for future supply chain disruptions if domestic production of batteries and essential raw materials is not encouraged.
Let’s see what else comes out of Ontario in the coming days for the automotive team born out of the merger of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and PSA Group.
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