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Originally set up as the Global Engine Manufacturing Alliance LLC (GEMA), the Dundee plant was created to make engines developed jointly by Chrysler, Mitsubishi, and Hyundai. In 2011 the plant started producing 1.4 liter Fiat engines, both normal and turbocharged, for use in Mexican-made Fiat 500s and various Chrysler vehicles; these are expected to return to Italian production by 2016.
The plant is unusual in that most of the workers have college degrees, and were carefully chosen, the idea being that they would play a prominent role in quality maintenance and cost reduction.
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