Suppliers gauging impact of Chrysler strike
Oct 10, 2007 | 03:22 PM
| Philip Burgert
Metals suppliers to Chrysler LLC were withholding opinions on the likely impact of a strike after unionized workers walked off the job and began picketing the third-largest Detroit-area automaker Wednesday.
"It's too soon to tell. It depends on how long it lasts," an executive at one steel stamping supplier in Detroit said, noting that the strike comes on the heels of the two-day walkout by workers at General Motors Corp. operations.....
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