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Chrysler Brampton Plant Wins 2005 Car Of The Year
dated December 1, 2004
November 29, 2004
The 3,300 CAW Local 1285 members at the DaimlerChrysler plant in Brampton Ontario were honoured Monday November 29th by the company for building the "Motor Trend 2005 Car of the Year".
This prestigious award saw the Chrysler 300 C outclass the BMW 911, the Cadillac and the new Mustang.
Mark Norman, president of DaimlerChrysler Canada praised the workers as being the key to the continued success of the cars built at the Brampton plant.
| Mark Norman|
DaimlerChrysler Canada President
"While we are proud of this great honour for a great car, we want to celebrate the team that builds them. You. Through our innovative ideas, your commitment to world class quality, your competitive spirit in a brutally competitive industry. On behalf of the company thank you to everyone here, thank you to the CAW leadership, and really the community of Brampton as a whole. You are doing an outstanding job."
| Buzz Hargrove|
CAW National President
"If you give Canadian workers the new investment, like the 2.4 billion that Frank talked about and Mark talked about. You give us the tools, you give us the product, and no body in the world can build vehicles better than we can do. Congratulations and well done!"