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Assembly Plant

The place where a company manufactures its products. The term implies, but does not necessitate, the presence of assembly lines at the plant.
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The opening of the South African assembly plant heralds the launch of Freightliner's heavy-duty product line in that country.
In Ontario, Canada, Pillette Assembly Plant will operate two eight-hour shifts on Saturday, June 17 and throughout next week.
New Mack Avenue Viper (Detroit) Assembly Plant will operate one eight-hour shift throughout the week.
Manugistics (Nasdaq: MANU), a leading global provider of supply chain management and pricing and revenue optimization (PRO) solutions, today announced that Nissan North America has gone live with a Manugistics manufacturing solution for automotive manufacturers to help optimize production scheduling at Nissan's Smyrna, Tennessee assembly plant.
He points out that while some people think that the wage rates in South Korea permit the company to build vehicles that have a low price, the wages paid are actually higher there than they are for people who work in Mexican assembly plants.
Thomas Assembly Plant Ford Crown Victoria/Mercury Grand Marquis
The first assembly plants could close today, the source said.
Nasdaq:NSANY) today officially launched crankshaft forging production at the Decherd Powertrain Assembly Plant in Decherd, Tenn.
But the debate over what constitutes adequate wages, what minimum working conditions should be required and at what age it becomes permissible for minors to work continues here and in other developing countries that have eagerly welcomed assembly plants as a source of employment for their poor.
Stanley has been appointed plant manager at Ford Motor Company's (NYSE: F) Dearborn Assembly Plant.
Since the 2,700 Delphi Chassis workers went on strike March 5, GM has idled 23 of its 29 North American assembly plants and 13 of its parts plants.

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