Stellantis NV(STLA.US)' latest offer to the United Auto Workers could lead to the closure of 18 facilities, sources told CNBC.The proposal was made before the start of target UAW strikes against Stellantis, Ford and GM.The plans would likely affect thousands of UAW members, shrink the automaker's North American footprint and create a new "modernized" parts and distribution network, sources said.The most recent contract proposal by automaker Stellantis to the United Auto Workers union could lead to the closure of 18 U.S. facilities, but it could also bring new investments and repurpose an idled vehicle
Stellantis Could Close 18 Facilities Under UAW Deal -- Here Are The Full Details Of Its Latest Offer
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