The co-production challenge

December 1998
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Dec98, Vol. 110 Issue 12, p16
Trade Publication
Focuses on the experiments in modular manufacturing by automotive assemblers and their suppliers in the United States. Difference of co-production from joint production; Examples of co-production manufacturing; Information on General Motors (GM) Corporation's Project Yellowstone.


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