Two plants that supplied parts for the now discontinued Chrysler 200 mid-size sedan will close down, The Detroit Free Press reports.
French Supplier Faurecia North America is expected to close two of it’s Michigan plants in Fraser and Sterling Heights. The closures will occur in December and effect about 350 workers in total.
Both plants produced interior components for the 200. Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne announced earlier this year the 200 would go out of production in order to free up production capacity to build more trucks and SUVs.
A third Faurecia plant in Sterling Heights will lay off about 235 workers as it will no longer produce seats for the 200.