Jeep’s New Detroit Factory Literally Stinks

The Mack Ave plant is actually the amalgamation of two older machinery plus an expansion that required the demolition of nearby residential areas. This meant that a new part of the plant, in particular the paint shop, was located in the immediate vicinity of preserved residential areas. No health issues have been reported among residents or factory workers, but this needs to be addressed immediately.

At this facility, Jeep and Stellantis cannot afford to suffer production losses that go beyond the crisis of the scarcity of semiconductor chips. The new Grand Cherokee L is a key model in the high profit margin range. The sooner this odor problem is solved, the better for everyone.

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