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Union says job cuts loom at Daimler

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Auto company demanding that its two assembly plants become the most efficient in their classes in North America

DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc. is demanding that its two assembly plants become the most efficient in their classes in North America, which would force the auto maker to slash a significant number of jobs in Windsor and Brampton, Ont., union sources say.

If the company sticks to its plan to close a Toronto parts plant and outsource jobs at the other two plants, there will be a strike, Canadian Auto Workers union president Buzz Hargrove said yesterday.

"Absolutely, no doubt about it," Mr. Hargrove said.

The closing of the casting plant in Toronto and the efficiency gains the company wants to make are the key issues as the Canadian Auto Workers union turns its attention to another company now that it has reached a deal with Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd.

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We all know that the bleeding is going to start to hurt workers, how can it not. They can't have 15 ppl checking tire pressure when plants are not producing enough cars.
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