Tag Archives: Going Green

Manufacturing | June 24 2016

Green FCA: Good planning ‘LEEDs’ to savings

While most of the manufacturing and operating improvements FCA US makes are to existing processes and plants, we also look to improve from the ground up. When we built a new body shop at the Sterling Heights, Mich., Assembly Plant, achieving LEED Gold Certification – and all the benefits that come from it – was
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Manufacturing | June 09 2016

Green FCA: ‘Green’ foam reduces more than noise

Being watchful, being efficient, being green benefits everyone – those within Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and our vehicle owners. FCA  employees have the opportunity to submit projects for an Environment, Health and Safety Leadership Award. And, we’re giving you an exclusive look inside FCA to see the nominees and the impact that these ideas have on
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Powertrains | January 28 2016

Don’t bet against FCA US in meeting GHG regulations

If you haven’t had a chance to listen to Wednesday’s FCA Group earnings call, you missed FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne address head on the CO2 emissions criticism that FCA US has taken in recent weeks. “We all know there is a desire to bring down CO2 emissions,” Marchionne said to analysts and media. “There appears to be some
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Corporate Business | December 06 2013

Auburn Hills Complex embraces wildlife

A short 30-mile drive north of Detroit on I-75 and you will find yourself away from the hustle and bustle of city life, immersed in a more peaceful scene. Here you can find flowing creeks, natural wetlands and even explore a 1.5-mile nature trail where you may spot deer, wild turkeys, blue heron and mallards.
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Powertrains | January 20 2011

Who says Chrysler Group can’t be green?

You’ve probably read by now of the Chrysler Group-U.S. EPA announcement yesterday that we’ll be working together to develop and evaluate Hydraulic Hybrid Vehicle technology for use in minivans. If you missed the details, here are the basics: Chrysler Group approached the EPA about the project, and the two are working to see if HHV can be
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