Chrysler Opens New Paint Factory

The automaker everyone in the greater Colma, CA area loves so much has recently finished a major addition that will support the economy of our country we love so much. Specifically, Chrysler will be unveiling the nearly complete 425,000-sq-ft paint factory that is conveniently situated next to the already established Sterling Heights, MI Production Facility. The paint factory is Chrysler's first in more than twenty years, and accurately shows how much the automaker has achieved in recent years.

Just a couple years back numerous American automakers were affected by the recession. Specifically, the Sterling facility was schedule to shut its doors back in 2010. And, today the automaker had added a new paint plant onto the current building. Currently, the addition is 85% finished, and Chrysler executives have noted that the new factory is "spotless," and their expectation is that it will stay spotless even after production begins.

Next door at the Sterling factory the Dodge Avenger and Chrysler 200 are produced. Unfortunately, the automaker has yet to disclose precisely which models will be painted next door.

The new factory will create jobs for 450 people, and cars that will be painted will undergo 3 phases of paint work beginning with a base coat, then a micro coat and finishing off with a clear coat.

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