DaimlerChrysler New Toledo North Assembly Plant Responsible For 9,500 Jobs and $490 Million Annual Economic Impact

Apr 30, 2001, 01:00 ET from DaimlerChrysler

    AUBURN HILLS, Mich., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- According to preliminary
 results of a new economic impact study, DaimlerChrysler's new Toledo North
 Assembly Plant will be responsible for more than 9,500 direct and indirect
 jobs in the state of Ohio, with $490 million in annual income impact to the
 state (total compensation of workers directly and indirectly affected).
     Randy Jackson, PhD., Associate Professor of Geography at Ohio State
 University, was contracted by DaimlerChrysler through his company to complete
 the study.
     "These results demonstrate the tangible benefits and ripple effects of
 large-scale industrial activities like the DaimlerChrysler assembly plant,"
 said Jackson.
 
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    AUBURN HILLS, Mich., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- According to preliminary
 results of a new economic impact study, DaimlerChrysler's new Toledo North
 Assembly Plant will be responsible for more than 9,500 direct and indirect
 jobs in the state of Ohio, with $490 million in annual income impact to the
 state (total compensation of workers directly and indirectly affected).
     Randy Jackson, PhD., Associate Professor of Geography at Ohio State
 University, was contracted by DaimlerChrysler through his company to complete
 the study.
     "These results demonstrate the tangible benefits and ripple effects of
 large-scale industrial activities like the DaimlerChrysler assembly plant,"
 said Jackson.
 
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