Chrysler making progress to improve s...

Chrysler making progress to improve supply chain

There are 16 comments on the www.detnews.com story from Feb 18, 2010, titled Chrysler making progress to improve supply chain. In it, www.detnews.com reports that:

Chrysler Group LLC temporarily closed a plant this week due to a parts shortage, but avoiding this kind of supply issue is a priority and the automaker says it is making progress.

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IND Rt 19

Windfall, IN

#1 Feb 18, 2010
The most significant thing that Chrysler could do to improve its supply chain is to pay its bills and pay them on time.
guess who

Hume, MO

#2 Feb 18, 2010
IND Rt 19 wrote:
The most significant thing that Chrysler could do to improve its supply chain is to pay its bills and pay them on time.
Man the PR folks are brilliant, "we are making progress" that is what they say about everything. Don't put any numbers, just say we are making progress. Seems they are working very hard at the smoke and mirrors campaign.
Damage Control

United States

#3 Feb 19, 2010
Well, sour pusses, just got information that they are recalling people to begin March 8th. Can't keep good men down.

Since: Jan 10

AOL

#4 Feb 19, 2010
IND Rt 19 wrote:
The most significant thing that Chrysler could do to improve its supply chain is to pay its bills and pay them on time.
lol, you must work for a supplier, send Toyota the bill bitch
guess who

Hume, MO

#5 Feb 20, 2010
Damage Control wrote:
Well, sour pusses, just got information that they are recalling people to begin March 8th. Can't keep good men down.
You really don't understand supply and demand. Inventory was increasing at the current build level. It will just increase faster.
6 months from now, people are probably going to be saying, "man, management pulled a fast one on us again" This is probably being done to weed out more laid off folks. Because there will be some that do not relocate!
GUESS WHO IS AN IDIOT

Sedgewickville, MO

#6 Feb 20, 2010
guess who wrote:
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You really don't understand supply and demand. Inventory was increasing at the current build level. It will just increase faster.
6 months from now, people are probably going to be saying, "man, management pulled a fast one on us again" This is probably being done to weed out more laid off folks. Because there will be some that do not relocate!
You are a moron. The company has bigger things to worry about than playing games with laid off workers. They have gotten rid of everybody they need gone. They need everybody that have now. understand, stupid derelict from kansas?
guess who

Hume, MO

#7 Feb 20, 2010
GUESS WHO IS AN IDIOT wrote:
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You are a moron. The company has bigger things to worry about than playing games with laid off workers. They have gotten rid of everybody they need gone. They need everybody that have now. understand, stupid derelict from kansas?
Explain to me once again why you need more cars if your sales numbers and marketshare are decreasing. You do know that both of those going negative at the same time means right? You can make more cars if you want to, but it does not mean they will sell Chris!
GUESS WHO IS AN IDIOT

Sedgewickville, MO

#8 Feb 20, 2010
What the hell is sell chris? You have no idea what you are talking about but you just talk anyway. You theories are messed up. Why do you post on this forum?
guess who

Hume, MO

#9 Feb 20, 2010
GUESS WHO IS AN IDIOT wrote:
What the hell is sell chris? You have no idea what you are talking about but you just talk anyway. You theories are messed up. Why do you post on this forum?
Come on explain the sales numbers to me then. Jobless recovery mandates more cars?
IND Rt 19

Windfall, IN

#10 Feb 20, 2010
GUESS WHO IS AN IDIOT wrote:
What the hell is sell chris? You have no idea what you are talking about but you just talk anyway. You theories are messed up. Why do you post on this forum?
Guess Who provokes thought and I think most of his detractors come across as simpleton hillbilly types.
GUESS WHO IS AN IDIOT

Sedgewickville, MO

#11 Feb 20, 2010
guess who wrote:
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Explain to me once again
Once again? You basically said it was all about messing with workers to get them off roll! You are nuts. Your thought process is messed up. You turn everything into some kind of negative thing. It never fails. When I first started coming here I noticed everyone hating you and I wondered why. you sounded half way smart. As the days went on it became more clear that there is something really messed up about you. You still haven't answered either. Why do you post on this forum?
Consumers Choice

Chambersburg, PA

#12 Feb 20, 2010
If making progress is defined by getting shut down by a parts shortage over aging supplier payables, well then Chrysler is way out ahead of the rest of the OEMs.

If John Campi were still there he'd sue 'em.
guess who

Hume, MO

#13 Feb 20, 2010
GUESS WHO IS AN IDIOT wrote:
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Once again? You basically said it was all about messing with workers to get them off roll! You are nuts. Your thought process is messed up. You turn everything into some kind of negative thing. It never fails. When I first started coming here I noticed everyone hating you and I wondered why. you sounded half way smart. As the days went on it became more clear that there is something really messed up about you. You still haven't answered either. Why do you post on this forum?
Look at it this way, for everyone that quits the international has to pay that much less for retiree medical. Then their are pension savings as well as hourly savings. Supposedly price of a vehicle is 10% if you get all of them to quit there is a 5% savings without even touching anything else. Even if they get 20% to quit, that is a 1% savings. Even with dismal sales of 750K annual sales that is a decent number.
Consumers Choice

Chambersburg, PA

#14 Feb 20, 2010
Chrysler's number one priority is how to find a way to sell their cars. Less than 30K retail sales in January, OUCH.
done

Taylors, SC

#15 Feb 20, 2010
If Chrysler's sales numbers don't improve (30,000 Jan.) they will not see 2011. The italians will take what they want and dump the rest. This will happen!!!!!
Consumers Choice

Chambersburg, PA

#16 Feb 21, 2010
done wrote:
If Chrysler's sales numbers don't improve (30,000 Jan.) they will not see 2011. The italians will take what they want and dump the rest. This will happen!!!!!
Maybe Fiat will take the Ram truck and thats about it. Make them all in Mexico. Afterall, they'll be getting anything for free.

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