Chrysler Hires 200 Workers to Keep Up With Jeep Wrangler Demand

UntitledAided by the popularity of the Jeep Wrangler, Chrysler needs to hire additional workers to fill in shifts at a plant in Ohio.

Over the past few months, sales for the Wrangler and the Wrangler Unlimited have been on the rise.  In order to meet the recent demand for the always popular Jeep vehicles, Chrysler is adding 200 people to the Jeep plant in Toledo Ohio.  The new hires will be beginning their work on April 1st.

130 of the new workers will be offering extra relief to the current work force on the assembly line.  There are two shifts already working hard, each working 10 hours.  Chrysler is not looking to add a third shift, according to autonews.com, due to the paint shop of the plant being at capacity.

Thanks in part to the rebounding economy and car buyers staying loyal to a brand they can trust.  The Wrangler has always been a vehicle that people depend upon.  That can be seen by the amount of Wranglers being produced at the Toledo plant.  It’s more than 200,000 from last year.  U.S. sales rose 16 percent from last year.

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