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What does SHAP stand for?

SHAP stands for Sterling Heights Assembly Plant (DaimlerChrysler)

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Last year, Chrysler made the decision to continue operating the Sterling Heights Assembly Plant indefinitely, maintaining good manufacturing jobs in Michigan and securing the future for more than 1,200 employees," said General Holiefield, Vice President, UAW/Chrysler Department.
World Class Manufacturing (WCM) Achieves Results in Sterling Heights With the announcement in July 2010 that the Sterling Heights Assembly Plant (SHAP) would remain open beyond 2012, plant employees began working to transform the facility for the production of the new 2011 Chrysler 200 and Dodge Avenger, as well as future products, through the implementation of World Class Manufacturing (WCM), an extensive and thorough process to restore all Chrysler Group facilities to their original and maximum functionality.
Scholarship recipients include: -- Jacob Kotwica - Stevenson High School -- John Kulczycki - De La Salle Collegiate High School -- Eric Wilkins - Stevenson High School -- Pacari Woodland - Henry Ford II High School -- Chelsea Gerlach - Stevenson High School (2007), currently attending University of Michigan - Ann Arbor The Sterling Heights Assembly Plant produces the Chrysler Sebring Sedan, Chrysler Sebring Convertible and the Dodge Avenger.
Affected operations include: -- Belvidere Assembly Plant - Rockford, IL -- Newark Assembly Plant - Newark, DE -- Sterling Heights Assembly Plant - Sterling Heights, MI -- Toledo North Assembly Plant - Toledo, OH -- Toledo Supplier Park - Toledo, OH CONTACT: Kevin Frazier, +1-248-512-3469 (office), +1-248-808-1484 (cell), kef17@chrysler.